Calypso Trail is a 14.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Terry, Montana that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length14.8 miElevation gain830 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashHikingMountain bikingBird watchingohv / off road drivingViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Rich Rowe
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Mountain bikingNo shade

Flat-ish two track used for the area ranchers. Stay home if wet. Perfect for a mountain bike though!

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Jessica Kunkel
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Hiking

I am not sure we did this “hike” right. Drove in and it seemed like it was more like a road than a path. Very hot and no shade cover. The views were beautiful though. Flat and bring water.

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Jessica Newman
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HikingNo shade

Brutal trail in the heat due to no shade or wind cover. Best hiked in the early hours or later. Not a ton of wildlife, but the natural bridges are bigger than you expect! The scramble into the ditch yields some awesome views from underneath them, just make sure to pack plenty of water and a lunch!

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OHV/Off-road driving

Awesome views. It had rained the day prior to visiting and the trail definitely requires an off road capable vehicle. With the mud, we had to put the Jeep into 4wd on 3 occasions. Very fun trail to drive and the scenery is some of the best in Eastern MT.

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Jerome Rusdal
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I did a trail run on it going to make it a regular route

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Tim Sawyer
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Hiking

Good little hike with cool natural bridges and some hoodoo rock formations. Original foot trial is washed out in some spots but you can still get around them easily. Need vehicle with some clearance to get to parking area.

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Vanessa Bishop
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Bird watching
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I can't really judge the trail since I got a flat tire going over the old railroad bridge but the area is beautiful. I will definitely go back but I will park and walk. I wasn't the first person to get a flat going over the bridge. One of the 3 people I saw there said he had gotten flat tires twice from that bridge.