Mocus Point Trailhead

  

Fourty-six miles northeast of Lowell, at milepost 143 along the Northwest Passage Scenic Byway and All American Road (US Highway 12), visitors can witness the magnificent Mocus Point suspension bridge leading into the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness across the Lochsa River. Spacious parking, hitchrails, stock ramps and a restroom provide for a comfortable unloading zone whether you are stopped for a break from your drive or preparing for a long pack trip into the wilderness.

At a Glance

Fees No Fee.
Busiest Season: Heavily used in Fall for hunting season
Closest Towns: Lolo, MT
Water: Drinking water is not provided.
Restroom: 1 Vault facility
Operated By: US Forest Service
Information Center: Lochsa/Powell Ranger District, 208-942-3113

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Activities


Fishing

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Hiking

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Backpacking

Trail #469 (Mocus Point Trail) leaves the pack bridge and travels for 5 miles, terminating at Mocus Point and its junction with Trail #208, at an elevation of 5580' above sea level. Trail #208, which can take visitors to #206, acn be used for a longer, multi-day adventure.

Day Hiking

Trail #469 (Mocus Point Trail) leaves the pack bridge and travels for 5 miles, terminating at Mocus Point and its junction with Trail #208, at an elevation of 5580' above sea level.


Horse Riding & Camping

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Scenic Driving

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Areas & Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
46.46131416

  Longitude : 
-115.01634087

 



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