A long loop in the Rocky Mountain Front and in the northeast corner of the Bob Marshall Wilderness with two fairly easy trips over the Continental Divide. This trip typifies backpacking in the Bob. It travels through long, gentle, and mostly forested valleys and gradually climbs to low-elevation passes. If you develop a stronger interest in the Bob, you can expect more of the same on most routes. On this route you pass over the Continental Divide twice, but in both cases the climb seems so slight that you hardly break into a sweat.
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Directions to: Gateway Gorgeprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Season||July through September|
|Trailhead Elevation||4,900 ft|
|Top Elevation||7,000 ft|
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