Hiking Trails in Montana
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Hiking Trails in Montana

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Montana has 2,661 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 62 miles in length. The most popular trails are The Garden Wall, Hidden Lake Trail and Iceberg Lake. Trails.com member L.F. B. recently completed Prickly Pear Trail.
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Avalanche Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Flathead County, Montana. It is within Glacier ...
Hidden Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Glacier County and Flathead County, Montana. It ...
A day hike or overnighter past cascading waterfalls, 11 of them no less, to the gorgeous ...
A backpack that follows the south shore of St. Mary Lake to Red Eagle Creek, 11.2 miles ...
The West Fork of the Stillwater River forms on the southeast slope of Lake Mountain above ...
A long day hike or extended backpack from Logan Pass to Granite Park Chalet, 7.6 miles ...
Boulder Creek is the southernmost of the major Bitterroot River tributaries originating ...
An easy trip into a popular hiking and fishing area in the Swan range in the northwestern ...
This relaxed walk descends into a wooded ravine and passes several smaller waterfalls ...
A half- day hike from Going- to- the- Sun Road to St. Mary Falls, 1.2 miles (2 km) one- ...
Siyeh Bend is a hiking trail in Glacier County, Montana. It is within Glacier National ...
The Corral Creek Trail climbs a narrow mountain drainage from Rock Creek Canyon, near ...
Visitors can combine this spur trail with the Two Medicine Loop for a long day hike of ...
Lodgepole Creek, nine miles northwest of Nye, forms on the southern flank of Sugarloaf ...
Chaffin Creek Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Ravalli County, Montana. It is within ...
As one of the most challenging hikes in the park, the constant uphill to Mount Brown Lookout ...
A backpack from Kintla Lake to Upper Kintla Campground, 12.0 miles one way; from Kintla ...
The Dawson-Pitamakan (pronounced pit-AH-muh-kun) Trail runs from Two Medicine Lake to ...
A day hike or overnighter to a popular subalpine lake in the Tobacco Root Mountains
A day hike through the heart of the little-visited Castle Mountains
Nichols Creek, a tributary of the West Fork of Rock Creek, flows through a beautiful side ...
Snyder Ridge is a hiking trail in Flathead County, Montana. It is within Glacier National ...
Leverich Canyon Trail is a hiking trail in Gallatin County, Montana. It is within Gallatin ...
The headwaters of Rattlesnake Creek form at McLeod Peak in the Rattlesnake National Recreation ...
The hike to Leigh Creek Falls and beyond is steep and strenuous but the payoff is enormous. ...
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