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Ross Creek Cedar Grove Scenic Area

#1 of 3 things to do in Troy Features Animals
Hwy 56, Bull Lake Rd, Troy, MT
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Makes you feel small

The only other time I have been to see such a big old growth forest is the California Redwoods... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Keith B
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Big cedars

We took a side trip to this park from Hwy 2 near Troy. Best part besides the big cedars was we saw... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dan M
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Calgary, Canada
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Hwy 56, Bull Lake Rd, Troy, MT
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The only other time I have been to see such a big old growth forest is the California Redwoods. They are not quite as big but the smell and serenity will transport you back to a more sedate time.

Thank Keith B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We took a side trip to this park from Hwy 2 near Troy. Best part besides the big cedars was we saw deer in the forest on the trail. A bit like a fairy tale. 5 miles single lane paved road from the highway.

Thank Dan M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited after the fire so the 5 mile path was closed but the rest was open. This place is so quiet and comfortable. Easy pathways to walk, places for kids to explore, and more. Learning the history of the park was incredible along with...More

Thank 111TKay
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We camped in Libby MT and this grove of ancient cedars is about 37 miles out of town. It is an easy hike through the grove. The trees are majestic. There is also an interesting small area of stacked, balanced stones near the end of...More

Thank MSpreitz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Enchanting - surprises at every bend. It is a miracle they have withstood all these years. Wow doesn't cover it

Thank Magnus B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Returning from Glacier National Park we took a detour to Ross Creek Cedar Grove. We did not expect what we saw: an old growth grove of magnificent trees that reminded us of British Columbia's rain forests and California's Redwood National State Park. Greatly inspiring. TREES...More

Thank Dan_and_Annie
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Long winding road to get to the park, but with it! Beautiful 1 mile nature loop around Giant cedar trees that you can't wrap your arms around. Smelled great too!

Thank NelleMT
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

The road to the grove is worrisome as it is difficult to get two cars through at the same time. Deep concern about facing down an RV was constant for the 3 miles going to and coming back from the grove. However it is a...More

1  Thank Santo R
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

June is probably the best month to visit. The one mile trail is really lovely and an easy walk. Follow the "Nature Loop" signs. Such a peaceful, cool environment. No park fees. Pit toilets

Thank Laceydeb
Reviewed 7 June 2017

Worth a trip. Very nice stroll through huge, old trees and meandering water. Kid friendly and great for photographers.

Thank Martha O
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