Daisy Canyon Trail (619) follows Daisy-Dean Creek through timber and open meadows on the upper access. Through Daisy Narrows there are 200 feet cliffs on either side to just inside southern forest boundary. The creek runs year round and requires wading through water several feet deep in the Narrows. Avoid the Narrows during heavy thunderstorms, as water can rise quickly. There are brook trout in the stream for most of its length. Obtain a Forest Visitor's map for information on any travel restrictions
.Length: 6.0 miles.Trail Begins: Forest Road 189.Trail Ends: Forest Road 6520
Area Map: Lewis and Clark (Jefferson Division) .USGS Map1: Daisy Peak.Township 11N; Range 11E; Section 27
Directions: Travel 32 miles west of Harlowton on Highway 12, then 14 miles north on Spring Creek Road 274 to Willow Park Road 189, then 8 miles east on Road 189 to trailhead.
Another way to access this trail is to travel 24 miles west of Harlowton on Highway 12, then north on Findon Lane Road 6520 for 9 miles to the Forest boundary. Just inside Forest boundary fence, go to east side of Park at timberline to trailhead.