Awesome hike with Jobe Wymore and Ryder Irvine. We camped the night prior a mile or so down the road from the trailhead. We followed trail 129 the best we could (in most cases easy to follow) before breaking off for Lost Lakes. Very beautiful cirque. After West Goat we traversed to East Goat before dropping back down to Lost Lakes.
Took the route described in Cedron Jones' Peakbagging Montana, bushwhacking up the south ridge and and dropping through lost lakes basin to trail 129. It was unfortunately very hazy but the nearby scenery was good.
A fun dayhike. My dog and I hiked the NE ridge. Amazingly wild range with few signs of any human impact. Loose rock in some areas when scrambling. Glissading was fun.
had a nice dayhike into the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness. The trail was a little adventurous and I lost it in a couple different meadows. With a topo map the cross-country navigation was easy.
Climbed the NE ridge of West Goat and walked the ridgeline over East Goat and down its north ridge to Lower Lost Lake. Really beautiful area.
East Goat, too. I couldn't possibly ask for a better day in the mountains!
A nice 2nd class scramble up the ridge from Warren Lake. Super smoky, but good views none the less.
cool view of warren
climbed with my sister, long hike with lots of bushwacking. saw some elk and goats below East Goat Peak
Camped in the subalpine larch forest below the lower Lost Lake, then climbed East and West Goat the next day. Views of Warren Peak and the surronding peaks and valleys were great.
Tried this one on a short day-trip from some trail head out of the Big Hole valley. Undersestimated the winter committment and only made it to East Goat before December darkness encroached. Pretty area, can't wait to return.