Other Highland Trails


The trails on and around Bonaparte Mountain are wonderful and well cared for.
There are trails of varying distances and difficulties, so there is something for everyone to enjoy!


Beth and Beaver Lake #316

ABOUT

Flat, one-way trail along two highlands lakes. Look for bald eagles, common loons and crawdads along the way! Beth Lake Campground at the mid-point, with picnic area, water and pit toilets.

DISTANCE

2 miles one way

DIFFICULTY

EASY 

TRAILFORKS MAP

coming soon…

USFS INFO

Strawberry Mountain #309

ABOUT

It’s a steady climb from the east side of Lost Lake to the top of Strawberry Mountain, where you are rewarded with beautiful views of Lost Lake and Bonaparte Mountain.

DISTANCE

1.7 miles one way

DIFFICULTY

  INTERMEDIATE

TRAILFORKS MAP

USFS INFO

Pipsissewa #383

ABOUT

A steady climb, leaving from the south end of Bonaparte Lake and joining with FS 100 road at a great overlook, perfect for a picnic. Pick up the South Side trail 0.25 miles south off of the 100 road.

DISTANCE

2 miles one way

DIFFICULTY

  INTERMEDIATE

TRAILFORKS MAP

coming soon…

USFS INFO

4th of July Trail #307

ABOUT

You can expect some ups and downs along this trail, with lots of great views all along the southwest flank of Bonaparte Mountain. Travel all the way to Bonaparte lake by joining the South Side and Pipsissewa OR head up to to the Bonaparte Lookout.

DISTANCE

7.3 miles one way

DIFFICULTY

STRENUOUS

TRAILFORKS MAP

coming soon…

USFS INFO

Antoine Trail #304

ABOUT

This trail travels through wet areas, passes the old Napal Cabin, and continues through an old growth forest, and rocky lodgepole pine forest along the northwest flank of Bonaparte Mountain to the Bonaparte Lookout. It is accessed through the Highlands Sno-Park, and up the closed FS road #3230-150 for 1.5 miles to get to the trail head.

DISTANCE

4.2 miles one way

DIFFICULTY

  INTERMEDIATE

TRAILFORKS MAP

coming soon…

USFS INFO

Southside Trail #308

ABOUT

This 3 mile trail takes you up the east flank of Bonaparte Mountain, through both managed and old growth forest, connecting the FS 100 road to the Fourth of July and the Bonaparte Mountain Trail #306

DISTANCE

3 miles one way

DIFFICULTY

  INTERMEDIATE

TRAILFORKS MAP

coming soon…

USFS INFO

Bonaparte Mountain Trail #306

ABOUT

The Forest Service says this trail is 3 miles, but it feels like 5 as you climb and climb. It’s worth it, though, when you reach the top and are rewarded with panoramic views. From late spring to fall you can even visit the top of the lookout and chat with the fire lookout who is stationed there. This trail connects to Antoine #304 and Southside #308.

DISTANCE

3 miles one way

DIFFICULTY

STRENUOUS

TRAILFORKS MAP

USFS INFO

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