2023 Beetop Roundtop

Volunteer Trail Work Project

2023 Beetop Roundtop

Volunteer Trail Work Project

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Starting from the top of Wellington Creek Road, we’ll do three days of tread work, brushing, and sawing out logs along a 5-mile section of the Idaho Centennial Trail. This beautiful alpine trail stays high all the way as it heads north to Trestle Peak. After work, a short hike to the top of Roundtop Peak provides great views of northern Idaho, northwest Montana, and even British Columbia in Canada.  

Trail:  Beetop Round Top Trail #120 

Itinerary: The crew leader will specify meeting time & place for Saturday morning.  There will be car camping available for those who would like to spend the nights in this beautiful area. 

Crew Leader: TBA 

More Information:  Forest Service Page 

Estimated Drive Time from Closest Town: About an hour and 15 minutes from Clark Fork  

GAIA Map:  Beetop Roundtop to Trestle Peak 

Difficulty Rating:  

Hike: 2/5 Moderate
Trail stays on the ridge with some elevation gain, about 1,000 feet over four miles. The hike will get longer each day as we work further out from camp. Generally suitable for beginner hikers with a bit of a challenge. See the linked map for the elevation profile.

Project Work: 3/5 Moderately Strenuous
Repeated digging or sawing. Carrying tools and days packs. Volunteers can pick trail duties based on comfort and ability level and are encouraged to work at their own pace. 

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