Hike past expansive beaver ponds and prime elk habitat on this loop through Yellowstone’s scenic northwest corner.
A stout, 15.4-mile off-trail loop to a handful of peaks in the Tobacco Roots finishes off at steamy hot springs perfect for relaxing sore muscles.
Camp near an alpine lake beneath the fabled crags of the Crazy Mountains and watch frothing streams tumble over multiple falls on this 9.6-mile overnight.
Pass a handful of big canyon waterfalls on your way up to an alpine lake with jaw-dropping views on this 9.4-mile out-and-back in Gallatin National Forest.
Climb the rocky guardian of the northern Gallatin Range on this 10-mile out-and-back to a skyline full of lofty pinnacles.
On this 4.4-mile dayhike, the five-star views go on and on as you climb through blooming meadows and up a scree slope to the Bridger Range’s high point.
This ambitious 5.6-miler climbs more than 3,000 feet through mountain meadows, past a quiet lake, to a summit with far-away views over the Gallatin Range.
11 waterfalls in 11 round-trip miles make this one of Bozeman’s premier hikes.
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