Dutcher Trail Heritage Trail System Two Moon Park to Coulson Park

Billings, Montana

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The Heritage Trail is comprised of a network of walking and biking paths linking the greater Billings area with the Yellowstone River, the Rimrocks, county and city parks, and open spaces. The Dutcher Trail is a segment of the Heritage Trail along the Yellowstone River. It was named for Jim Dutcher, who originally developed the trails in Riverfront Park. This hike follows the scenic Dutcher Trail from Two Moon Park atop the rims, then travels down the sandstone shelves to Coulson Park on the banks of the Yellowstone River. This stretch is also called the Metra Trail (due to its close proximity to Metra Park) and the Coulson Trail (from East River Bridge to Coulson Park).

Dutcher Trail: Heritage Trail System: Two Moon Park to Coulson Park Professional Review and Guide

"The Heritage Trail is comprised of a network of walking and biking paths linking the greater Billings area with the Yellowstone River, the Rimrocks, county and city parks, and open spaces. The Dutcher Trail is a segment of the Heritage Trail along the Yellowstone River. It was named for Jim Dutcher, who originally developed the trails in Riverfront Park. This hike follows the scenic Dutcher Trail from Two Moon Park atop the rims, then travels down the sandstone shelves to Coulson Park on the banks of the Yellowstone River. This stretch is also called the Metra Trail (due to its close proximity to Metra Park) and the Coulson Trail (from East River Bridge to Coulson Park)."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Billings
Distance: 6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS: Billings East

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Jun 2018