Alice Creek Trailhead
This trailhead provides access to the historic Lewis & Clark Pass and the Scapegoat Wilderness. There are interpretive displays at the trailhead and adjacent to the Alice Creek Road #293. The trail, 2 miles in length, to Lewis & Clark Pass provides a scenic day hike.
At a Glance
|Area Amenities:||Interpretive Site,Picnic tables,Toilets,Parking|
|Best Season:||June through November|
|Restrictions:||Food Storage Order is in effect|
|Closest Towns:||Lincoln, MT|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
|Information Center:||Lincoln Ranger District|
Access to the trailhead is located about 9 miles east of Lincoln on Highway 200. Turn north on the Alice Creek road and travel about 8 miles to the trailhead.
Non-motorized trail provides access to Lewis & Clark Pass.
Passenger vehicles & stock trailers
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
|Interpretive Site:||Interpretive signs at trailhead|
|Picnic tables:||Two tables available|
|Parking:||Parking for passenger vehicles and stock trailers|
|Toilets:||1 Vault Toilet|