Little Bear B Road runs 1 mile into the Gallatin Mountain Range connecting to Little Bear Road. The trail is moderately difficult. However, the trail becomes more difficult after significant rain. The trail is bumpy, with deep ruts requiring high ground clearance.
This trail has nice views and a large meadow full of flowers with several campsites, one of which is near a small pond. There's plenty of wildlife in the wooded area of the trail, where there are two additional campsites, one at the end of the trail right next to a large stream with a small waterfall.
Overall this trail is good for someone willing to take a harder route for nice views or a quieter camping location.
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