David Nickelson

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Econ River Wilderness Area

The Econ River Wilderness Area trail is an approximately 3.1 mile loop that begins in upland pine forest and descends to the Econlockhatchee River. The trail is a mix of wide sections and areas just

Lupine Lake

The Lupine Lake Trail is an out and back of approximately 4.8 miles round trip located west of Kalispell Montana. The trail is suitable for rear-driven handcycles and will require significant assistance from a strong

Estes Lake

The Estes Lake trail near Bigfork is an out and back of approximately 2.7 miles round-trip to a small lake tucked into the woods. The trail contains numerous rocks, root exposure and small to medium

Ice Lake – Yellowstone National Park

The Ice Lake Trail in Yellowstone National Park* is a short out and back to a picturesque lake and back-country campsite 4D3. The campsite is an accessible back-country campsite with an accessible pit toilet and

Patrol Ridge Climb, Challenge Cabin to 25 Mile Creek Trail

The Patrol Ridge Climb is an out and back located in the Flathead National Forest near Essex, Montana and is suitable for either front or rear-driven handcycles. The trail is a gated forest service road