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Kim Creek Saddle Trailhead, MT

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Kim Creek Saddle Trailhead

Kim Creek Saddle Trailhead has adequate parking for cars. It offers access to trail #26 and #89 and the Frank Church Wilderness. Facilities include an old wooden outhouse, and hitching rails.

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From Darby, MT travel south 4.3 miles on Highway 93, turn south on the West Fork Road and procede for approximately 14.3 miles. Turn west (right) on Forest Road 468, Nez Perce Road and travel for approximately 35 miles (Nez Perce Rd becomes Magruder Corridor.) Turn west (left) at Magruder Corridor Nez Perce Trail Rd. and continue for 6.5 miles to the trailhead.

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