Overnight / Multiday Hikes

There are so many areas around Montana that with a good map and a good sense for adventure you can put together a memory filled trip you won’t soon forget. The Trail Head has put together this list as an overview of what’s out there. Stop by and pick up maps and guide books and start planning your own unique adventure.

  • Bitterroots: Bass Creek to Bass Lake

    26.7 Mi. Away

    Nice uphill hike with most grades only 10% to 20%.  Trail follows the creek with many places to stop along… Difficulty: Easy

  • Rattlesnake Wilderness: Boulder Lake

    28.2 Mi. Away

    A scenic hike to a high mountain lake away from the heavily used lower Rattlesnake. This trail winds through a… Difficulty: Medium

  • Swan Valley: Upper Holland Lake

    77.5 Mi. Away

    The trailhead for 1.5 mile long Holland Falls National Recreation Trail starts at the end of Holland Lake Road. At… Difficulty: Medium

  • Humbug Spires

    139 Mi. Away

    Part of the Boulder Batholith with more than 50 granite spires along the west and southwest of the range, The… Difficulty: Medium

  • Homestake Pass

    141 Mi. Away

    Shorter climbs (40'-60') on developed crags with easy approaches and a good mixture of difficulty. Camping near Homestake Lake. The… Difficulty: Medium

  • Beaver Creek: Refrigerator Canyon Area

    147 Mi. Away

    Semi-alpine climbing with easy approaches. Well protected limestone slab, pockets and cracks. Holds and edges can be sharp, expect to… Difficulty: Medium

  • Bozeman: Hyalite Canyon

    216 Mi. Away

    Hyalite Canyon Recreation Area is the most heavily visited recreation area in  Montana with three campgrounds and two day use… Difficulty: Medium