Story Hills Trail

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  Story Hills, Bozeman, Montana


Length:
2.7 miles (round-trip on upper north and lower south)

Duration: 1 to 2.5 hours

Difficulty: Easy

Elevation Gain: 400 feet 

Activities: Hiking, mountain biking, trail running, cross-country skiing

Crowds: Heavy traffic
 

About
The Story Hills rise from the northeast corner of Bozeman. Though private, this property is open to the public during daylight hours. This single-track is a great in-town biking, running, or (leashed) dog-walking destination with nice views of the town and valley. The area has temporary closures at times; pay attention and be respectful.

Seasonal Conditions
Though this trail is open year-round, temporary closures occurr from time to time. The trail is muddy during spring, and gets especially busy during summer and fall. Wear snowboots or cross-country skis during winter, or fatbike over light snow.   

Directions: From Main St., head north on Wallace Ave. As it bends east, Wallace becomes L St. After crossing over Rocky Creek, before the road takes a hard left, turn right onto Story Mill Rd. and continue to one of several parking areas.

For a map of this trail, click here. Map courtesy Robert Stone's Day Hikes Around Bozeman, Montana

Lat:
45.69562319967979
Lon:
-111.01826190948486
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