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Aaron Spieler reviewed Snyder Lake Trail
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A park ranger had recommended this hike, so I decided to give it a try. Once you split off from the main trail, the path gets very narrow and has several sections that are overgrown. Wear long pants if you are likely to get itchy. Also, the pond at the end is not very large and there are only a few spots to get into the water. The views are still spectacular though which is why I still give it 3 stars.

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First to Review

Flat top is a lousy hike, very steep 5.7 miles to the campsite that is on a plateau with no views, but is marshy and infested with mosquitos and flies....avoid this hike and camp site!

William Mattarolo reviewed Blue Lake
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Backpacking

The trail was well maintained and there were plenty of places to camp near the lakes. The area sees heavy usage which is apparent by all the fire rings around the lakes. A friend and I hiked to crazy peak which was amazing and I highly recommended it.

Cait S. reviewed The Beaten Path Trail
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Hiking

Looking for a car swap 9/4. A friend and I are planning on running the whole thing on 9/5 from Cooke city to East rosebud. Let me know! Cait (503)961-2210

Erika S. reviewed Columbia Mountain Trail
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Pretty steep lots of most

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No hiking trail. Just a dirt road up the mountain. Waste of time

Jennifer Clifford Clark reviewed Highline Trail: Logan Pass to Granite Park Chalet
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What a beautiful hike. Not kid friendly. Cliffs. Ran into a family of mountain goats on the trail. Also, we took off to experience the sunset on the trail, and avoid the crowds.

sam paczkowski reviewed The Beaten Path Trail
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Hiking

Looking for a key swap from 8/7-8/9. Hiking from Cooke to E. Rosebud. Call/text 406-794-1042

Joshua Williams reviewed Numa Ridge Lookout Trail
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Absolutely breath taking trail. There is a million different wild flowers and the view when you get up near the top was gorgeous.

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HikingBugsGreat!

I started from Logan pass and took the detour to the Glacier overlook. The main hike in itself is moderate. So for an average hiker it’s an easy one.. but the detour to the glacier is very rough. It’s around 1 mile (more than the official .6 mile). The elevation is very steep and saps the energy out. But it’s absolutely worth the pain. Once you get up you see 1 lake and the receding glacier. Hike up for 5 more min and you are rewarded with 3 more lakes. Took around 7 hours in total. Carry at least 2 liters of water and save your energy for the glacier incline. Totally worth the hike. WRT the main hike, it’s pretty flat and an easy walk. Rewarded with sweeping Mountain View’s and an occasional mountain goat. The trail is well maintained and can get crowded in the beginning. You don’t have to do the full trail till the loop. Half of it is enough if you are in for the views. IMHO, do the glacier detour..

Ben Balderson reviewed The Garden Wall
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Hiking

Awesome. But actually 17.3 miles.

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zoe h. reviewed Cinnamon Mountain Trail
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HikingBugsMuddy

Nice views, but the black flies are vicious

Malynn Berger reviewed The Beaten Path Trail
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looking to do a key swap either the 8/7-8/9 or 8/8-8/10! email malynnberger@gmail.com

Margarita Christafore reviewed The Beaten Path Trail
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Hi! We are hiking from Cooke to Rosebud August 9 to August 11 and looking for a key swap. We will be coming from and returning to the Bozeman area. Text me at 909-436-5444. Rita.

Mark Kirschmann reviewed The Garden Wall
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Hiking

Did out and back to garden wall on 8/1. Got to Logan at 7:10 a.m. and it was half full- maybe the morning rain kept some folks away. Most trails have a reward you work for at the end. This trail was rewarding from start to finish. After a little hiking we got acclimated to the drop offs. Differing weather and sunlight conditions made the return portion seem like a new trail on the way back. Incredible hike and a must do if you can!

Kaylee Vandjelovic reviewed Upper Seymour Lake via CDT
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Hiking

Beautiful hike!! Nothing too strenuous, just a bit of a climb the last couple of miles. Super maintained and easy to follow trail. Went for a two night backpacking trip and the only down side is that the lake was packed with other campers. Definitely recommend the short but steep day hike up to goat flat if you have time!! You’ll be treated with a gorgeous view of the lake from above.

Eleftherios Savvides reviewed Beehive Basin Trail No. 40
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Great views and variety of landscape.

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Marissa Kuhn reviewed East Rosebud Trail to Elk Lake
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Took our dog, kid and a young baby, it was hot without much shade but we came prepared for that. It was worth it, the beauty is unreal. Some really wonderful views.

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One of my favorite hikes

Jordan Cook reviewed Granite Park via Highline Trail
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This trail is open but beware, thanks to our piece of shit Park Service and the lunacy surrounding COVID, they aren’t running shuttles this year. And no, they aren’t reducing admission fees or our taxes this year even though half this fucking Park is closed. So without the shuttle you have no way of getting between the Loop and Logan Pass. Thanks government.

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HikingBugs

Really nice hike, but so many flies! We camped at Tom Miner the night before and hit this trail early. Beautiful views, but the biting flies made it kind of terrible at times.

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One of the most beautiful trails ive ever seen. Got to the parking lot around 710am and there were still a few spots left. did not do the full hike, stopped around where garden wall was more visible with a bunch of rocks that people were sitting on ( 4 to 5 miles) and you had a view of all the mountains. returning with the sun on you and limited shade was semi problematic so i would just make sure you have a lot of water. separate note we did the loop trail to the chalet and grinnel overlook on a separate day and met with many folks who did the entire highline trail as it met in one spot. if you do it that way, you should know if you want to hike back through highline (longer, more strenuous with bits of elevation and limited shade) vs going down the loop trail (going down and pretty much no shade). either way very beautiful but can be strenuous and extremely hot. a lot of people did not look adequately prepared with water. i recommend 3 to 4L at least. you can buy drinks with a credit card at the chalet.

Caitlin Renne reviewed Beehive Basin Trail No. 40
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The hike is amazing! Hiked with two dogs, plenty of little creeks to stop and let them cool off.

Nancy Dezell reviewed Little Rock Creek Trail
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Great hike on a Tuesday, few other hikers. Beautiful alpine lake, good fishing, great close views of the Como Peaks and El Capitan and several Little Rock Creek waterfalls. Good views of Como Lake. Overall good trail with many rock fields, water crossings, and uncertain trail markings enroute...look carefully (only reason I gave it a 4 instead of 5). Initial loss of elevation means hiking up elevation at the end when tired. Definitely worth the trek! Did not camp.

Geet Pandya reviewed The Beaten Path Trail
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Heyo!! My group is backpacking from August 19th - 22nd and would be interested in doing a key swap. Open to going from either trailhead. Hit me up! (916) 467-2865

Hayley Costello reviewed Beehive Basin Trail No. 40
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Great trail! Definitely recommend! Took my 5-year-old nephew and he loved it. Only needed to be carried a few minutes.

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