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Hi Line Trail

  Hiking here in Montana is a must. You can't spend all your time indoors you need to get out once in a while and Hi Line Trail in Granite County, Montana is a really good place to spend some time. Hi Line Trail is a wonderful location to visit for more than one day, Copper Creek Campground is a wonderful location to camp nearby. Elk Park is a beautiful place any time of year. You'll need more than a day to look at everything Hi Line Trail has to offer, you can
    camp at Pintler Campground. Deerlodge National Forest is a pleasant location, and a fine place for whitewater paddling is Rock Creek. Not much rainfall falls here at Hi Line Trail. May is the wettest month with most rain while February
is mostly the driest month. Throughout the summer, highs regularly are in the 80's at Hi Line Trail. During the dark hours of summer temperatures dip down into the 30's. High temperatures all through the wintertime are normally in the 30's with temperatures at Hi Line Trail dipping down into the 0's throughout winter nights. 

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These outdoors activities are available near Hi Line Trail.
 Campgrounds Near Hi Line Trail:
Copper Creek Campground, Granite County , 6 miles away
Pintler Campground, Deer Lodge County , 8 miles away
Mussigbrod Campground, Beaverhead County , 10 miles away
Spillway, Philipsburg , 12 miles away
Spillway Campground, Granite County , 12 miles away
 Whitewater Near Hi Line Trail:
Rock Creek, Missoula County , 13 miles away, Class II-III - 50 miles long (Middle and West Fork confluence to Clark Fork River)
 Hotels Near Hi Line Trail:
Drummond Motel, Drummond , 43 miles away
Salmon River Lodge Resort, Salmon , 45 miles away
Super 8 Salmon, Salmon , 46 miles away
Rye Creek Lodge, Darby , 46 miles away
Super 8 Hamilton, Hamilton , 47 miles away
 Lakes Near Hi Line Trail
Moose Lake, Granite County , 5 miles away
Storm Lake, Deer Lodge County , 18 miles away

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