Piquett Creek Ranch is nestled between the Bitterroot National Forest on our eastern border, and the Selway-Bitterroot National Wilderness on our western door step.  There are hundreds of miles of trails among the peaks and mountains that surround this gorgeous valley.   We find ourselves in the long shadow of the great, jagged Trapper Peak every night throughout the summer.  Trapper Peak is the tallest in the Bitterroot Range at an elevation of 3095 m / 10157 ft.   It rises 6,000ft from the valley floor and is a good challenge to the intermediate-advanced hikers.  The views atop this skyline pinnacle are unmatched anywhere in the Bitterroot Valley. Trapper is just one of many hiking challenges in very close proximity to Piquett Creek Ranch.  We have many favorite hikes ranging from the beautiful, easy Boulder Creek, a favorite spot for a picnic, to the common day hike to Baker Lake, or you can choose a more strenuous hike to Nelson Lake.  All are a very short drive up various National Forest roads in the area, a very short distance from our front door.  Please feel free to ask for recommendations.

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