Mt Wright Summit 6.6 miles Difficult

Overview:
A short and strenuous day hike to one of the best vantage points in the region with sweeping views of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex and Glacier National Park. At 8,855 feet of elevation, Mt. Wright is on of the highest peaks in the area and the 3,500 elevation gain is substantial compared to other hikes in the area. Should you make the trek up Mt. Wright you will likely find solitude on this lightly traveled route other than the resident mountain goats.

Directions:
Take I-15 North from Great Falls 20.4 miles to exit 290. Take Montana 200/US 89 North 8.2 miles then turn right onto US-89 North. Travel 32.2 miles on US-89 North to the town of Choteau. Continue 4.4 miles north on US-89. At the turn in bend in the road, continue straight onto Teton Canyon Road 144 west, which is also signed for Teton Pass. Travel 18 miles passing Cave Mountain Campground and Teton Pass Ski Area before arriving at the West Fork Ranger Station. The trailhead is just prior to the Ranger Station on the left.

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