Saint Mary Peak Trail

HARD 37 reviews

Saint Mary Peak Trail is a 6.1 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Stevensville, Montana that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

6.1 miles 2493 feet Out & Back

dog friendly

hiking

views

scramble

snow

hiking
21 days ago

So beautiful! Challenging, but worth it. Long winding road to drive up to trailhead. Insane view!

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3 months ago

very worth it. My favorite hike in the bitteroot.

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful- snowy, windy and cold at the top

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5 months ago

Well maintained trail. Great views.

hiking
5 months ago

Good trail - my gps said it was 3.5 miles up and was worth every step. I am not a big hiker and was most surprised how long it took to get to the trail head, was 10 miles from where I was in stevensville and took 40 mins as the road is crazy small and windy (bring a 4x4 if you can). Views at top were great, observation tower had a crew in it and she was happy to show us the tower and point out some key things. Make sure you get a picture of the toilet (best view you've ever seen). Great hike and make sure you bring a windbreaker - cold at the top (was 70 a start - 60 and windy at the top).

5 months ago

Tough hike but completely worth it in the end.

5 months ago

such a nice hike...tough hike near the end... but the view was totally worth every bit of it. the man at the watch tower was very lind and friendly, and the 360 degree view was breathtaking. it took us about 5 hours total... but we are not in great shape lol. amazing!!!!

6 months ago

not for the faint of heart, beautiful views.

6 months ago

Super tough, but totally worth it!

hiking
6 months ago

Amazing views once you reach the top.

6 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

Trail was good for the first few miles, after that it was snow covered and not at all marked. We hiked in the snowfields for about a mile and a half, until we totally lost footprints and any hint of a cleated trail. Markers up in the snowfield would be helpful. Beautiful trail, but not at all marked.

1 year ago

Worth it