Hiking Trails Near Hamilton, MT
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Hiking Trails Near Hamilton, MT

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Hamilton has 17 hiking trails. These trails range from 2.4 to 19 miles in length. The most popular trails are Lost Horse Lake, Bailey Lake and Blodgett Canyon Overlook. Trails.com member Jennifer A. recently completed Brave Bear Falls. See all Hamilton trails.
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The first few miles of the Canyon Falls trail are typical—miles of heavy streambottom ...
At 200 feet tall, Overwhich Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in the region and well ...
This canyon hike into the Bitterroot Mountains is very scenic and easy enough for the ...
The hike to Sweathouse Falls is a moderate 1,250-foot climb along a rushing stream through ...
This short, well-maintained trail is suitable for hikers of all abilities. The route requires ...
Star Falls pours through a small canyon of granite and gneiss in the pine and fir timberlands ...
The largest Bitterroot Valley town, Hamilton, was planned and built by Marcus Daly, one ...
Situated near the south shore of Lake Como, Little Rock Creek Falls tumbles for 75 feet ...
This popular trail for families and novice hikers follows the north shore of beautiful ...
The scenery along Canyon Creek Trail displays the typical ruggedness of a Bitterroot Mountains ...
Situated in the Bitterroot Mountains west of Hamilton, Blodgett Canyon is a delightful ...
This hike takes you into a rugged canyon of high rock walls. The trail follows Mill Creek ...
Abha Falls is the closest waterfall hike to Missoula, and the Bass Creek Trail is very ...
Of the hikes originating from Bear Creek Pass, Lost Horse Lake is perhaps the most alluring. ...
Perhaps as a precautionary measure against overuse, most forest maps omit the spur trail ...
The rough trail leading to Spruce Lake, a little-known tarn 2 miles southwest of Bear ...
Bailey Lake offers pleasant Bitterroot fare—good fishing and aesthetics along the Bitterroot ...
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