ATV Trails in Montana

ATV Trails in Montana
Montana gives prospective ATV riders a wonderful array of geographical detail to explore and conquer. The state features mountain ranges of various scopes and sizes, grassy valleys, rolling hills, a variety of deciduous or coniferous vegetation, and some of the country's most secluded wilderness-- the state is a nature lover's paradise.

Anaconda

The one-mile Anaconda track in Anaconda, Montana, is next to a dormant copper smelter. It consists of mostly hard-packed soil and features many jumps and 150-degree climbs. Fees are $25 a year or $5 a day as of 2010 and a key is required for access.

Anaconda MX
406-563-3789

Clancy

Located near Livingston is the Clancy OHV area. This large area is home to miles and miles of assorted trails and trailheads. Additionally, overnight camping is permitted (there are no camping services). Some sections of the area are on private land and may be off limits.

Butte Field Office, BLM
106 N. Parkmon St.
Butte, MT 59701
506-533-7600
www.blm.gov

Cokedale

The Cokedale Motorcross Raceway is located near Livington. This is a public track that features a watering and grooming maintenance program in addition to 65-foot triples. The all-natural track is more than a mile long and is built primarily into the sides of nearby hills, allowing for long uphill and downhill sloping.

Cokedale Motorcross Raceway
c/o Jim Floyd
Budget Auto Glass
406-222-6006

Pipestone

The Pipestone OHV area is near Butte. This public site features some 75 miles of trails of assorted trail types. Pipestone also features multiple staging areas, some with loading ramps and restrooms. Primitive camping is allowed at the camper's discretion.

Butte Field Office, BLM
106 N. Parkmon St.
Butte, MT 59701
506-533-7600
www.blm.gov

Article Written By Brett Merle

Brett Merle wrote scholarly research papers in college about the nature of language, rhetoric and political discourse. He has also written a plethora of opinion and review articles for static multimedia. He has submitted original poetry to various sources since his teenage years. Merle enjoys the discipline as both a creative outlet and a means to communicate information.

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