A deep, narrow canyon with impressive limestone towers. Hanging Valley is actually a dry tributary of Trout Creek. It enters the canyon from a point high on the southern wall. You’ll be able to pick out where you have been from the bottom of Trout Creek Canyon after you’ve taken the hike. After exploring this section of the Big Belt Mountains, you’ll wonder how part of Utah, complete with narrow canyons and unusual rock formations, ended up in Montana.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Season||June through October|
|Trailhead Elevation||4,500 ft|
|Top Elevation||6,700 ft|
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