Saint Pats Road-Cyr Iron Mountain Road

Total Miles


1,233.85 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The route begins looking over farmland where deer, elk, and turkeys can be seen at times. The route is mainly made up of gravel with some loose rock in places. You should find cell service along the route. The route does a gradual climb of 1,000 feet to where you will get beautiful views of the Clark Fork River and the land running along the I-90 corridor. There are no facilities along this route, but stops can be made for a snack or pictures. The route passes through an area of burnt forest with new growth. The route has exceptional views in the fall when the flora is changing.


The route is mainly made up of gravel that is wide enough in most places for two vehicles to pass. The route does have its share of curves and steep embankments.

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Access Description

The route begins from Quartz Creek Road.

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