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This magical forest is off the beaten path. To reach it, follow MT56 to just south of Bull Lake. Turn west on Forest Road 398 and follow it 4.3 miles to the parking lot at the end. NF-398 is narrow and winds up the mountains,...More
Actually visited Ross Creek Cedar Grove twice in October and enjoyed it both times. I had read about Ross Creek Cedars and then heard from others about it and was not disappointed on my visit. The area is amazing and worth the short trip south....More
RCC (Ross Creek Cedars) is a great place for a day hike, or a cool walk in the woods. There are tall hundred year old cedars there that are amazing to see. Take the time for a side trip to the cedars, it is so...More
Visited Ross Creek on our way to seeing the Kootenai Falls. Very small road getting up to the Cedars but very pretty. I thought we would be the only ones there but when we arrived there were quite a few cars parked. We read the...More
This is the place that my husband has wanted to see forever! It is well worth the walk and time - easy walk for anyone. The drive (one lane only) to the parking lot is one that warrants caution as some people driving it are...More
We took a side trip to this park from Hwy 2 near Troy. Best part besides the big cedars was we saw deer in the forest on the trail. A bit like a fairy tale. 5 miles single lane paved road from the highway.