The Inside North Fork Road travels along the western slopes of the Livingston Range and crosses over the many creeks that come from the towering peaks. One of those creeks is Camas Creek. If you park at the Camas Creek trailhead and follow the trail for a little over 3 miles, you pass magnificent meadows and end up at Rogers Meadow where Camas Creek slows to a meandering slow stream. Keep an eye out for wildlife such as deer, elk and moose in the meadows and a river otter or two in the creek. Birding should be fantastic and the flowers should be wonderful as well.

This is an easy hike that is 6.5 miles long with 400 ft elevation gain.

What to bring and details: Weather conditions in Glacier are often unpredictable and can change rapidly no matter what time of year – so please be prepared for any type of weather. We will hike regardless of weather – rain or shine. We suggest that you bring the following:

  • backpack
  • at least two liters of water
  • snacks and a sack lunch
  • hat
  • rain gear
  • warm jacket and pants
  • sunglasses
  • sunscreen
  • bear spray
  • camera and whatever else you might need!

Meeting time will be 8am at the GNPC office at 402 9th Street West, Columbia Falls, MT 59912 and will take most of the day.

Please call 406-892-3250 or drop us a line on our Contact Page if you would like to attend.