Smith Ridge Trailhead, ID

US Forest Service

Smith Ridge Trailhead

Located in the southern portion of the Mallard Larkins Roadless Area, this alpine trailhead offers dispersed camping and a rustic hiking/stock trail (Trail 240) which connects to many other trails in ...[more]



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Cross the North Fork Clearwater River then immediately turn left off the pavement onto road 700. After about a mile the road leaves the river and turns north up the Isabella drainage. After about two more miles the road turns to the left, leaving Isabella Creek. Continue up the 700 road, climbing for ten more miles to the trailhead where the road crosses Smith Ridge Creek.

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