Columbia Falls, MT
A remote lake filled with small, native cutthroat trout, with secluded camping opportunities and excellent views of Kintla area peaks. The North Fork of the Flathead River forms the western boundary of Glacier National Park.Inside the park several lakes drain into the river, with Akokala being one of the smallest. This hike extends through typical North Fork country, with lodgepole pine forests and rolling ridges, but without the snowcapped crags found elsewhere in the park.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Columbia Falls|
|Duration||Day hike or overnighter|
|Season||July through September|
|Trailhead Elevation||4,000 ft|
|Top Elevation||4,800 ft|
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