Man I hope so - thanks for the insight!wnysteve wrote: ↑Tue Jun 30, 2020 9:42 amIf you actually get the chance to do it, you will find the route into Two Medicine via Park Creek to be very decent. There is the opportunity to visit/camp at Lake Isabel. And the trail up to Two Medicine Pass is comfortable for its elevation gain. The backcountry CG at Upper Park Creek is one of my favorites. And yeah, no people.
In the background I have been trying to develop some possible itineraries that I was going want feedback from on campsites. If/once there are communications by GNP about opening areas for backcountry that are otherwise not accessible by car (TM, MG, etc), then I'll be looking for feedback and input on some of the options. Don't want to get ahead of myself just quite yet - Isabel was on the list, but makes for some long days to get to Reynolds Creek.
My original plan was Two Medcine to Lake McDonald, starting in Two Medicine because I didn't want to start the long trek with the heavy pack going up Sperry. Now I assume with the crunch, that Gunsight Pass is going to be a hot permit commodity, so I'll almost have to start at Park Creek due to availability. I suppose a good problem all considered.