|Facilities: Gem Peak Lookout is equipped with one single bed and mattress (with floor space available for additional adults), a wood stove for heating, and a table and chair. Firewood is stored at the base of the tower; however, the supply may be limited due to vandalism. The lookout is not wired for electricity and has an outdoor toilet. There is no drinking water at the lookout. We recommend taking your own water as all open water is considered contaminated.|
Best Time To Visit: Gem Peak Lookout is open year round but the best time to visit would be between the early spring and the late summer due to harsh weather in the winter.
Fees: Gem Peak Lookout charges a per night fee.
Accessibility: Gem Peak Lookout is not handicapped accessible.
Rules: While at Gem Peak Lookout no pets are allowed and remember to clean up after yourself, failure to due so will result in a fee.
Directions: To get to Gem Peak Lookout from Libby, take US-2 west. Turn left at MT-56 south/Bull Lake Road. Continue to follow MT-56 south. Turn left at MT-200 east. Turn right at Fir Street. Take the 1st right onto Larch Street. Turn right at Pine Street. Continue onto Martin Creek Road. Turn right to stay on Martin Creek Road. Continue onto Trout Creek Back Road. Turn right at Road 2213. Turn left to stay on Road 2213. Turn right at Road 2205/Road 44. Take the 1st right to stay on Road 2205/Road 44. Destination will be on the right.
Map: Click here for a map to Gem Peak Lookout
Reservations: Gem Peak Lookout requires reservations 180 days in advance, for more information click on the link below.