Bear Divide Road is an 8.4-mile trail in the Gallatin National Forest with nice views and a variety of terrain, including alpine meadows with a variety of wildflowers. The trail runs along a ridge between Little Bear Road (980) and Wilson Creek Divide (3138). The trail is moderately difficult, with loose rocks, ruts, and mud. Wildlife is plentiful in the area and often seen from the trail.
Campsites are located near the meadow and the western end of the trail.
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