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Middle Cottonwood Creek Trail

Jul 16, 2016 Trails

  Middle Cottonwood Creek Trail Rated: Difficulty: [ms_label background_color=”#1e73be” ]MODERATE[/ms_label] Middle Cottonwood Creek Trail is a 5.1 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail. The trail initially is a rather slight incline and makes for a nice hike along Middle Cottonwood Creek with cascades, small waterfalls and pools on the west side of the Bridger

Sypes Canyon Trail

Jul 14, 2016 Trails
Sypes Canyon Trail

  Sypes Canyon Trail Rated: Difficulty: [ms_label background_color=”#1e73be” ]MODERATE[/ms_label] Sypes Canyon Trail is a 6.2 mile trail that follows a creek-fed canyon on the west side of the Bridger Mountains. Note that the creek is seasonal, and is usually dry by mid July. The trailhead is at the end of Sypes Canyon Road, located within

Highland Glen Nature Preserve Trail

Jul 13, 2016 Trails
Highland Glen Nature Preserve Trail

Highland Glen Nature Preserve Trail Rated: Difficulty: [ms_label background_color=”#1e73be” ]MODERATE[/ms_label] The Highland Glen Nature Preserve Trail is an interconnected series of trails located across from Bozeman Deaconess Hospital. Highland Glen Nature Preserve is for people and wildlife just minutes from downtown Bozeman. With over five miles of single-track trails offering spectacular views of Mount Ellis.

Sourdough Trail

Jul 13, 2016 Trails
Bozeman Sourdough Trail

  Bozeman Sourdough Trail Rated: Difficulty: [ms_label background_color=”#81d742″ ]   EASY   [/ms_label] The Bozeman Sourdough Trail runs from Fairway Dr (just south of Kagy) all the way to Goldenstein. The Bozeman Sourdough Trail is flat dirt trail,that provides plenty of shade. If you have a dog with you, there is a creek in Graf Park for drinking and

Hyalite Creek Trail

May 09, 2016 Activities, Trails
Bozeman Wildflowers

The trail is considered the most spectacular hike in the Bozeman area and passes 11 waterfalls! Hyalite Creek Trail to Hyalite Lake is a 5.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail.

Drinking Horse Trail

May 09, 2016 Activities, Places, Trails
Drinking Horse Trail

Drinking Horse Trail Rated: Difficulty: [ms_label background_color=”#1e73be” ]MODERATE[/ms_label] The Drinking Horse Mountain trail is quickly becoming one of the most popular Bozeman Hiking Trails. Climbing 700 feet from Bridger Creek to the 5,522 foot summit of Drinking Horse Mountain, the figure-eight loop trail offers scenic vistas in the Bozeman area and surrounding mountain ranges. There

Bozeman Hiking Trails

May 07, 2016 Activities, Featured, Trails
Bozeman Hiking Trails

Bozeman has an award-winning urban trail system that will eventually form a pathway across the valley from the southern mountains to the “M” in the Bridger Mountains in the north. A map of the trail system can be obtained from Bozeman City Parks and Recreation (located in Beall Park – 409 N. Bozeman Ave.). Some

Bozeman Gallagator Trail

Mar 09, 2016 Trails
Bozeman Gallagator Trail

  Bozeman Gallagator Trail Rated: Difficulty: [ms_label background_color=”#81d742″ ]   EASY   [/ms_label] The Gallagator Linear Trail runs diagonally for more than 1.5 miles through the east side of Bozeman. The trail, which has a crushed stone surface for the vast majority of its route but is paved at its north end, is popular with families on bike or

Bozeman College M Trail

Mar 08, 2016 Activities, Places, Trails
Bozeman College M Trail

  Bozeman College M Trail Rated: Difficulty: [ms_label background_color=”#1e73be” ]MODERATE[/ms_label] The 250-foot white rock “M” was created in 1915 by MSU students. The “M” trail is accessed via the trailhead at Route 86 in Bridger Canyon. The right fork leading to the M is steep, following the ridge. The left fork is a kinder, gentler

Peet’s Hill & Holly Cherry Loop

Mar 07, 2016 Trails
Peet's Hill & Holly Cherry Loop

Peet’s Hill & Holly Cherry Loop Rated: Difficulty: [ms_label background_color=”#81d742″ ]   EASY   [/ms_label] Peets Hill at Burke Park is a very popular Bozeman Hiking Trail among locals and is one of the best spots in town to get a panoramic view of Bozeman and the Gallatin Valley. During the winter Peet’s Hill is a popular place for

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