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    Does anyone have an idea of how many miles it is from the yoder road trailhead till you get above the tree line? I am thinking about checking it out but want to know how many miles I am in for.
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    Hope you have an argo
    PEOPLE SAY I HAVE A.D.D I DON'T UNDERSTA.....OH LOOK A MOOSE !!!

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    With all this rain for the last month you better take your argo and have a buddy with an argo.... Muddy and the swamps will have standing water in them. Montana creek is flowing a high cfs right now which means it is all coming out of the hills.

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    Thanks for the concern about what kind of equipment I have. I asked how far it is to the tree line. If you know so much about the trail perhaps you could answer the actual question.

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    Seven or eight miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGyver View Post
    Seven or eight miles.
    Thanks, MacGyver

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    Fiesty

    A lot of people don't make it to treeline. Been up there only in the winter and heard horror stories from summer. 2wd and driving right up to the moose is more of an a okay by me.


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    Eight miles.

    Quote Originally Posted by mcnejs View Post
    Thanks for the concern about what kind of equipment I have. I asked how far it is to the tree line. If you know so much about the trail perhaps you could answer the actual question.

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