Fog Mountain Trailhead, Idaho Hiking Trails Info, Map & More

Fog Mountain Trailhead, Idaho Hiking Trail Information

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AUTO TOURING, HIKING, HORSEBACK RIDING, HUNTING, PICNICKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, HORSE CAMPING

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Fog Mountain Trailhead

Fog Mountain Trailhead, located at the end of Forest Service road 319 (Fog Mountain Road) and Big Fog Saddle, provides visitors with access to three trails which lead to the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness: Cove Lakes Trail #3, South Tree Links Lake Trail #693, and Fog Mountain Trail #343.  A four-wheel drive vehicle is required to reach the trailhead (no trailers) or one must hike or ride in on horseback. The road is extremely steep and rocky, so visitors should proceed with caution. Once at the trailhead there is ample parking and a few dispersed campsites. From here, the Fog Mountain Trail treats hikers to backcountry trails passing along the banks of the designated Wild and Scenic Selway River and up and out of the river canyon, ascending the steep slopes of Fog Mountain.

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