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Wagon Wheel Trail

  A long drive separates Havre from Wagon Wheel Trail, but hiking along this trail is very enjoyable. Montana is a great outdoors state. A spree to Nelson Springs will fill your spirit with splendid feelings, and in the event that you donít have a problem getting covered with water, you can always go whitewater paddling on Judith River. If you came to camp Judith Landing Campground is a tremendous site to do that; don't leave Wagon Wheel Trail without first
    paying a visit to Deadman Rapids. Not much rainfall falls here at Wagon Wheel Trail. The wettest month of the year is usually May, that's the one that rains the most, and the driest month of the year is February. During the summer
at Wagon Wheel Trail highs are regularly in the 80's. When the night sets in temperatures descend down into the 50's. Highs throughout the winter are commonly in the 20's with temperatures at Wagon Wheel Trail dipping down into the 0's during winter nights. 

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These outdoors activities are available near Wagon Wheel Trail.
 Campgrounds Near Wagon Wheel Trail:
The Wall, Denton , 4 miles away
Judith Landing Campground, Chouteau County , 6 miles away
Slaughter River, Denton , 10 miles away
 Whitewater Near Wagon Wheel Trail:
Judith River, Judith Basin County , 21 miles away, Class II-III - 45 miles long (Danvers Bridge to Anderson Bridge)
 Hotels Near Wagon Wheel Trail:
Super 8 Lewistown, Lewistown , 35 miles away
Yogo Inn, Lewistown , 35 miles away
Best Western Plus Great Northern Inn, Havre , 40 miles away
Quality Inn Havre, Havre , 40 miles away
TownHouse Inn Of Havre, Havre , 40 miles away

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