Calispell – Batey Bould Loop

Total Miles
57.2

Elevation

1995.16 ft

Duration

Hours

Technical Rating

5

Moderate

Best Time

summer

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Trail Overview

Difficulty

Intermediate

History

Much of the trail follows historical routes across the mountains from Stevens to Pend Oreille county and return. Calispell Peak is the tallest peak in the area at just under 7,000' and is on private timber land that's open to public use for day recreation. No camping is allowed on this private land, and no campfires are allowed.

Technical Rating

5

Access Description

From Hwy 395 in Chewelah, Washington, head north on Sand Canyon Road which becomes the USFS 9521. Drive approximately 10 miles from the entrance to the Colville National Forest and park at Calispell Meadows (marked by a large informational sign). There's lots of dispersed camping along this route!