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Trail Information

The Seth Diamond Interpretive Trail Trailhead about 1 mile north of the Seeley Lake Campground on Boyscout Road Seth Diamond Interpretive Trail
The trails on the west side of Seeley Lake wind through Girard Grove and the Seth Diamond Interpretive Trail and connect the two campgrounds.  They provide opportunities to walk, run or bike relatively close to town.  At the center of Girard Grove stands Gus, the largest Western Larch in the United States and one of Seeley Lake's well known tourist attractions.  These trails make up the majority of a community trails network developed over the past 15+ years.  The community is working to complete a continuous pathway around Seeley Lake with legal access.  The trail has yet to be completed on the north end of the lake and is intermittent along highway 83 between the Big Larch Campground and the Seeley Lake Ranger District Office

Location: Approx. 1 mile north of the Seeley Lake Campground on Boy Scout Rd.

←Seth Diamond Trailhead
 

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And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul
The Seth Diamond Interpretive Trail Trailhead about 1 mile north of the Seeley Lake Campground on Boyscout Road Working for Forests and People at the Seth Diamond Interpretive Trail Trailhead about 1 mile north of the Seeley Lake Campground on Boyscout Road Close up of the 'Working for Forests & People' sign at the Seth Diamond Trail
Map Sign at The Seth Diamond Interpretive Trail Trailhead north of Seeley Lake Campground on Boyscout Road The Seth Diamond Interpretive Trail Trailhead On the Seth Diamond Interpretive Trail