Langhor Loop Accessible Trail

Bozeman, Montana

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The Langhor Loop Accessible Trail is a wheelchair accessible trail at the north end of the Langhor Campground on the banks of Hyalite Creek. The forested loop trail includes meadows with a gorgeous display of wildflowers, rock formations, several fishing accesses and sitting benches.
Day Hikes around Bozeman, Montana

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Day Hikes around Bozeman, Montana

by Robert Stone (Day Hike Books)

The Langhor Loop Accessible Trail is a wheelchair accessible trail at the north end of the Langhor Campground on the banks of Hyalite Creek. The forested loop trail includes meadows with a gorgeous display of wildflowers, rock formations, several fishing accesses and sitting benches.

©  Robert Stone/Day Hike Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Bozeman
Distance: 2
Elevation Gain: Minimal
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Season: Best May to October
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Maps: U.S.G.S. Wheeler Mountain - U.S.F.S. Hyalite Drainage map - Crystal Bench Maps - Bozeman, Montana
Driving Directions: Directions to Langhor Loop Accessible Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

9/25/2003
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This trail starts on the lower loop at Langhor Campground, and heads across a very nicely-made bridge over Hyalite Creek. To the left is a dirt path heading upstream which gets you to the top of that small bluff. Along the pavement, the trail splits at the start of the loop. A left turn brings you into the woods, a right along the stream shore. Various paved spurs lead to the edge of the creek. At the far end of the loop, a dirt trail continues downstream. The trail doesn't seem to be maintained, but is used often enough to keep all but the largest trees from blocking the path. The trail is completely level except for the dirt spur going upstream. I don't know why the mileage given is 2 miles; the paved part is definitely MUCH shorter, and the dirt path going downstream seems to be more of a fisherman's path than a section of the trail. If you're camping at Langhor, I would suggest this trail, but otherwise try any of the other trails in Hyalite Canyon first.



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