Trapper Peak is the highest point in the Bitterroot Mountains, part of the larger Bitterroot Range in western Montana. It rises over 6,000 feet (1,830 m) above the nearby Bitterroot Valley.
The peak is located within the Central Bitterroot Range, a subrange of the Bitterroot Mountains and within the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Area of the Bitterroot National Forest]].
A trail to the peak climbs 3,800 feet (1,160 m) from the end of a Forest Service road.
There's a trail called Trapper Peak Trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Trapper Peak is
# 2 out of 881 in the Bitterroot Range # 1 out of 112 in Ravalli County # 1 out of 185 in Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness # 1 out of 174 in Bitterroot National Forest
By prominence Trapper Peak is
# 2 out of 881 in the Bitterroot Range # 31 out of 3867 in Montana # 1 out of 112 in Ravalli County # 1 out of 185 in Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness # 1 out of 174 in Bitterroot National Forest # 15 out of 3056 in the Idaho-Bitterroot Rocky Mountains
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