Bozeman Creek Trail is a 16 mile out and back trail located near Bozeman, MT that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, birding, and mountain biking and is accessible from March until October.
Nice pleasant outing for kid in backpack. Would come back to bike or ski.
We turned around at the outhouse, 6 miles out and back.
Really nice trail that would be awesome for waking, and probably awesome for mountain biking if you were actually in good shape and knew what you were doing :-) it was definitely a tough ride up for me, but a really great workout. Made it 5.1 miles up and it looked like it turned into a mostly snowy path, so we turned around there. There were a few snowy sections, but nothing unmanageable.
Nice easy trail and dig friendly
Good, popular trail. Great for trail running or biking (hiking too, of coarse). There can be good fishing at mystic lake which also has a forest service cabin for rent.
This is a fairly easy trail although a constant uphill. The first time up to Mystic lake we took the short cut that winds up a nice trail we were on horses and ran into bike riders but they were all very polite and slowed down or stopped for us. From Mystic lake we took a trail up to a ridge between Hyalite and Bozeman Creek. If we wanted to continue it would have dropped us down on the Hyalite road. I have gone up New World gulch to Mystic Lake and you could go down Bozeman Creek if you had a ride waiting.
Great climb up to Mystic Lake on the dirt road. Perfect pitch. The singletrack section (aka "wall of death") was a bit sketchy as it was pouring when I got on it and had been raining for a few days. The rocks were slippery and a bit sketchy. Otherwise, a great ride with a real fun downhill.