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Grey Moore reviewed Blue Mountain Rocky Top Loop
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Hiking

Gorgeous in the snow!

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Joshua Valerius reviewed Rattlesnake Trail
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Hiking

Lots of people taking their happy dogs. So many trails to choose from, you can hike half a mile or ten miles, however you feel. Beautiful golden fields, looking down into colorful Missoula. Drizzled most of the time, but when the sun came out it was dazzling.

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Heather Jessop reviewed Blue Mountain Rocky Top Loop
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Nancy Pollock reviewed Spring Gulch Trail
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Hiking

Great trail - not rocky. It’s mostly in tree, even at the top, so views are minimal. The loop is probably 9-10 miles - we only started recording after coming down from the top.

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Travis Holliday reviewed Blue Mountain Loop
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Dylan Flores reviewed Blue Mountain Loop
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Hiking

Great area for conditioning, trail running or breaking in some new gear. With the class we proximity to the main highway, it's pretty high traffic, including canine friends. This of course translates to my biggest con of this trail system; LOTS of either dog poop and/or bags of dog poop left along the trails.

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Sherry McCune reviewed Rattlesnake Trail
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Hiking

Love love love this trail! So many offshoots—I explore different ones each time I go.

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Shane Kurzenbaum reviewed Rattlesnake and Wrangle Creek Trails
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Sherry McCune reviewed Blue Mountain Loop
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Hiking

So many offshoot trails, so little time.

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Kali Rae Prescott reviewed Blue Mountain Loop
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HikingNo shadeOff trail

This was my first Montana hike I went on by myself, hoping it to be a rather obvious trail for the 5.5 miles. I was disappointed to find that the trailhead sign tells you to take the Blue Mountain Loop, but that it is 10 miles. I went the Trail 3.04 route, and from following the recording provided on AllTrails, was able to navigate my way. But that means I really had to keep an eye on AllTrails or I would’ve never found to how to get around the loop. You walk on the gravel road for two different sections, and the continuing trail for the loop was hard for me to find. Maybe if I had someone else with me, it would’ve been easier, but I ended up doing a lot of backtracking and ended up hiking 11.4 miles instead of 5.5. I also am not the most observant though. It was a great workout, don’t get me wrong, but the trail was also not very shaded. The view at the turn around part of the loop though - it made it all worth it. It was a beautiful view. Having done this hike once, I would definitely do it again. But definitely have your phone charged on you fully and follow the AllTrails recording - I would’ve been even more lost without it.

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Josi Brunkhart reviewed Blue Mountain Loop
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Bhaskar Thota reviewed Rattlesnake Trail
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RunningGreat!
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chaffey Darby reviewed Spring Gulch Trail
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Hiking

Good

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Georgia Grimm reviewed Blue Mountain Loop
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Hiking

Parts were pretty good, but a decent bit of it is just gravel road. It’s a pretty open hike too so wear sunscreen and hike early

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Hiking

Great trail to train for upcoming backpacking trip. First practice with loaded pack to start tackling some minor elevations.

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Phill Guay reviewed Spring Gulch Trail
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Mountain biking

Great morning ride.

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Febin Varghese reviewed Rattlesnake Trail
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HikingNo shade

My first solo hike in the US! It’s a beautiful trail that follows the river. Lots of mountain bikers on the trail - I was the only person walking. Not much wildlife around, but did run into a baby snake sunbathing on the trail! Overall, a lovely hike!

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Sherry McCune reviewed Rattlesnake Trail
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Hiking

I LOVE THIS TRAIL!!! Many trail options to try (I recorded my path within this app so I wouldn’t get lost). Dogs must be leashed the first 1.7 miles, but may be off-led after that. Be sure your pup has good recall, as there are families with children, horses, bicyclists, and plenty other dogs there. The one restroom I saw on trail was closed due to Covid. I read another review that listed very little shade available. I did not find that to be the case, and was there from around 10:00am till 12:30pm. The trails I took did not have a lot of cumulative elevation, just gentle ups and downs. The paths were either gravel, larger rock, or dirt. Rattlesnake creek was beautifully clear, shallow and running a very swift current. Very enjoyable, and I will definitely be back.

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Cathy Williams reviewed Rattlesnake Trail
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HikingBugsNo shade

Only went a short way because it was a hot afternoon and mostly in the sun. There were reports of bear sightings and we didn’t have our bear spray

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HikingRocky

Pretty chill area, I took a few turns that didn't follow this route exactly as I was in no particular rush. You can honestly make the summit to the top as easy or as hard as you want to but I'd say just about anyone could do it.

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Chad Zierenberg reviewed Blue Mountain Loop
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Hiking

Beautiful hike. Trees and views abound.

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Hiking

What a terrific hike! It was a beautiful 72 degrees, gentle breeze, with an easy and well-marked path. My dog loved being off leash (must have good recall and leave no trace). Many other hikers, as well as mountain bikers were there. So many trail offshoots to choose from! I will definitely be back to explore further.

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Josiah Norton reviewed Rattlesnake Trail
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Muddy

My wife and I just backpacked into RNRAW via this trail, up to Little Lake/Sanders Lake. The trail is well maintained, but there are many creeks and low spots that will get your feet wet without some careful navigating and good footwear...and probably even with. This is especially true in the last 4 miles or so. The grade is pretty easy. We made it 17 miles on the first day--at the expense of our feet, but otherwise it was a fairly easy hike, even with a 60lb pack. We saw nobody else on foot after mile 8 (a large bridge) and only a handful of mountain bikers. The trail leaves the creek for the most part after mile 8, as you get higher into the canyon. Gorgeous hike, overall, and waterfalls/rushing water abound.

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