Located southwest of Bozeman, this trail follows South Cottonwood Creek through a dense old-growth forest with lush riparian areas and meadows, criss-crossing the creek along the way. This well-maintained path is great for hikers, mountain bikers, and trail runners. Read more >>
Sphinx Creek is a tributary of the Yellowstone River in Paradise Valley. Its namesake trail parallels and crosses the creek through Yankee Jim Canyon, past lush riparian areas; grassy meadows; and forests of aspen, Douglas fir, and spruce. Read more >>
This bucket-list peak in the Madison range is one of the toughest climbs around. Hike on a maintained trail for approximately 5 miles, bearing left at one junction, to the saddle between the Helmet and Sphinx Mountains. Read more >>
Storm Castle is a rocky peak sitting atop the east wall of Gallatin Canyon. The hike begins at Storm Castle Creek and climbs the mountain's south-facing slope to a dramatic, multi-tiered summit, where there are sweeping 360-degree views of the adjacent mountains and canyons. Read more >>
The Story Hills rise from the northeast corner of Bozeman. Though private, this property is open to the public during daylight hours. This is a great in-town biking, running, or dog-walking destination with nice views of the town and valley. Read more >>
This is a popular trail just north of Bozeman, near the southern end of the Bridger Range. The hike leads through a shaded forest following a creek-fed canyon. Read more >>
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