The Superior Vista Trail leads up a mountain on the North side of the town of Superior. It is moderate to difficult in terrain with the first 1000 feet at 10% grade and the remaining hike at 15-20% grade.
The trail is marked with several signs with photos of Superior, the county seat for Mineral County, in the early 1900?s and the historical sites that can be seen from the trail.
Once your high enough on the trail, there are spectacular views in every direction of the Clark Fork River that ru
ns through the town of Superior from East to West, and the Lolo National Forest.
Mineral County, Montana is ideal for outdoor recreation. In the county, there are 87 miles of river, 650 miles of streams, and over 50 high mountain lakes. In addition, there are over 400 miles of hiking trails and more than 1,000 miles of off-highway roads. 87% of land in the county is either forest service or state owned so private land is at a premium.