Upper Big Timber Falls

Bozeman, Montana 59719

Upper Big Timber Falls

Upper Big Timber Falls Professional Review and Guide

"The Crazy Mountains are an island mountain range surrounded by prairie on all sides, and they are also one of the easternmost ranges in Montana. Upper Big Timber Falls, the only significant trail-accessible waterfall in these mountains, drops through a rugged gorge with scenic views of 10,000-foot peaks behind it.

This is a superb destination as a short family day-hike or as a stopover for backpackers heading up to explore Granite Lake, Blue Lake, or other attractions in the Crazies. Big Timber Creek Trail begins on an old roadbed that makes walking easy. Even though it is not yet a designated wilderness area, motorized vehicles and bicycles are not allowed on this trail to preserve the wilderness experience. Big Timber Creek is popular with kayakers in the spring who brave the rapids and cascades when the water level is at its highest."

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Trail Information

Bozeman
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Accessibility
0.9 mile
Distance
235 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
30-60 minutes
Duration
May-Oct
Season
Camping
Additional Use
Waterfalls
Features
Custer Gallatin National Forest, PO Box 130, 10 East Babcock Ave., Bozeman, MT 59771; (406) 587-6701; fs.usda.gov/main/custergallatin
Local Contacts
DeLorme Atlas and Gazetteer Montana Page 73, E7; USGS Quad Amelong Creek
Local Maps

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Jul 2018