From the Bitterroot Mountains in the north to Yellowstone National Park in the south, Montana (MT) hiking has an endless supply of trails.
Northwest Montana holds the famous Glacier National Park, where hikers can spend days exploring its steep mountains and pristine lakes. The Rocky Mountains provide strenuous summit climbs or beautiful river valleys to explore. Southern Montana leads hikers to the popular Yellowstone National Park where children can enjoy Old Faithful and avid hikers can explore the mountains, streams, and waterfalls.
Head east to find the Continental Divide Trail and hike paths along the Rocky Mountain Front into the Northern Plains. Here hikers will find a change of terrain with trails that wind through open prairies, smaller mountain ranges, and unique badlands. Hike along paths that overlook the streams that create the headwaters for the Missouri River. Don't forget to check out trails around cities like Bozeman, Billings, Great Falls, and Missoula.
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