Passage Falls

Bozeman, Montana

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This is a delightful, short hike along Trail 58 to the magnificent Passage Falls on Wallace Creek, a fairly large stream.The falls is most spectacular in the spring but worth the trip anytime. Be sure to stay on Trail 58 to the right at 1.2 miles, where Wallace Creek Trail veers off to the left. Trail 58 is double wide except for the last 0.2 mile, where you turn left onto a single-track for a small drop down to the waterfall.This last section has a few steep spots, so hang onto the kids.The route follows the stream until the junction with the Wallace Creek Trail. It’s quite heavily traveled, so don’t plan on being alone.The trail goes right down to the falls for an up close and personal view.
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by Bill Schneider & Russ Schneider (Falcon Guides)

This is a delightful, short hike along Trail 58 to the magnificent Passage Falls on Wallace Creek, a fairly large stream.The falls is most spectacular in the spring but worth the trip anytime. Be sure to stay on Trail 58 to the right at 1.2 miles, where Wallace Creek Trail veers off to the left.

Trail 58 is double wide except for the last 0.2 mile, where you turn left onto a single-track for a small drop down to the waterfall.This last section has a few steep spots, so hang onto the kids.The route follows the stream until the junction with the Wallace Creek Trail. It’s quite heavily traveled, so don’t plan on being alone.The trail goes right down to the falls for an up close and personal view.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Bozeman
Distance: 4
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1
Season: July through September
Local Contacts: Gallatin National Forest
Local Maps: USGS The Pyramid
Driving Directions: Directions to Passage Falls

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Apr 2018