Triple Tree Neighborhood Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Gallatin County, Montana. It is 1.4 miles long and begins at 5,407 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 319 feet.
Triple Tree Neighborhood Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The Triple Tree Trail begins on a grassy ridge, crosses Limestone Creek and winds through a shady woodland. The trail loops through the forest on Montana state land to a hilltop knoll in a wildflower-covered meadow. From the summit are 360-degree views of the Bozeman valley and the Gallatin, Madison, Tobacco Root and Bridger Ranges.Follow the wide grassy path east past the trailhead sign, and cross the rolling slopes. Enter an aspen grove and cross two footbridges over Limestone Creek. Emerge from the forest into the open meadow, and climb the slope to a signed junction at one mile. The left fork continues across the grasslands and crosses several subdivision roads. Take the right fork and follow the buck fence down into the drainage. Cross the bridge over Limestone Creek and another bridge over the wetlands. Ascend the hill into the forest to a trail split at 1.5 miles. Take the right fork, beginning the loop, and head up the west side of the draw into state land. Bear sharply to the right, and climb up the hillside. Follow the ridge up a winding course. At the top is a meadow with fantastic vistas."
--Robert Stone, Day Hikes around Bozeman, Montana (Day Hike Books).
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