Two Medicine Lakes

Eastern Entrance: Two Medicine
Take Two Medicine Road from Highway 49 to the entrance station. If you plan on fishing Lower Two Medicine Lake in the lower reaches, be sure to acquire a Blackfoot Indian Reservation fishing permit.  Glacier Park Boat Company offers boat excursions at Many Glacier, Rising Sun, Two Medicine Lake and Lake McDonald

Two Medicine Lake
Two Medicine Lake and its adjacent lake, Pray Lake, are less than 10 miles from the entrance station. The Two Medicine Trail follows the northern shoreline to No Name Lake or Upper Two Medicine Lake, a distance of 4.4 miles. Two Medicine Lake and Pray Lake hold good-sized brook trout and rainbow trout. Two Medicine Lake is a large lake, and high winds should be a concern for those fishing from a car-top boat or a belly boat. Both lakes hold good-sized brook trout for experienced lake fishers.

Upper Two Medicine Lake
Follow the trail 4.4 miles or cut your distance in half by taking the boat tour to the upper boat landing on Two Medicine Lake. Glacier Park Boat Company offers cruises at 9:00, 10:30, 1:00, 3:00 and 5:00, which provides plenty of time to fish and meet an afternoon departure. Upper Two Medicine Lake offers fair fishing for small brook trout. The trailhead starts in the campground. No Name Lake Trail is an optional hike, when you depart off the boat. No Name Lake is a small lake offering fair fishing for brook trout and rainbow trout.

Oldman Lake
Oldman Lake has a reputation for nurturing large Yellowstone cutthroat trout and bull trout. (Bull trout must be released.) The trail from Two Medicine Campground to the lake is nearly seven miles, which in my mind precludes listing it as a day hike.