Triple Divide Peak

Peak7,983 ft48.57303, -113.51677

Triple Divide Peak is a mountain of the Lewis Range in the Rocky Mountains. It is also one of the world's most unique peaks: its summit is where two Continental Divides and three drainage basins meet, and it is also called "the hydrological apex". That means that all water flowing off the peak empties into three different oceans; in this case, the Arctic, Atlantic, and Pacific. This makes the Triple Divide Peak a very special place for anyone interested in geology or hydrography.

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You can hike to the peak from the Cut Bank Trailhead and Red Eagle Trailhead. The Cut Bank Trailhead offers the easiest access.

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