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Cassandra Durkee reviewed Mount Sentinel via Hellgate Ridgeline
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Grey Moore reviewed Kim Williams Nature Trail
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Soooo pretty with 6+ inches of snow!

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Eleanor Myers reviewed Lincoln Hills Loop
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Jackie Day reviewed The "L" Trail
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Jackie Day reviewed Barmeyer Trail
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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarOctober 19, 2020
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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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JoAnne Baldwin reviewed Barmeyer Trail
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Beautiful after work hike and amazing view of the valley!

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Mel Mackay reviewed Barmeyer Trail
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The best view of Missoula! You can see it all

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John Smith reviewed Kim Williams Nature Trail
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Nice easy scenic walk.

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Mike McGuire reviewed Barmeyer Trail
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Great view of the valley on a fall morning. Steep way up is a good wake up!

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Madison McLaughlin reviewed Pattee Canyon Trail
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Stephen Bartlett reviewed Pattee Canyon Trail
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Did this yesterday. Loved this day. I took several side trails during my six hours here, going up and over sentinel twice, explored the copper mine, peaked university ridge twice and the peak that contains the radio tower, which I be livid higher than sentinel, once. Great workout, beautiful views, and except for the side of sentinel that leads to the university, I had the trails to myself.

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It was a fun hike. A lot of people on the trail.

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Dina Aburmishan reviewed Kim Williams Nature Trail
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Hiking

Only 1 mile was paved. Rest was gravel. Nice many little paths to make your own adventure.

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We did this hike on Sunday, September 20, 2020. The temperatures were in the 50s and low 60s most of the day. The dirt road to the trailhead was narrow and bumpy in the last several miles. It is not great for low clearance vehicles but is passable in them. The first 1.25 miles is a lot of uphill, so feel free to take breaks. The next 1.75 miles is pretty level and enjoyable. At the end of this you reach the rock field that leads to the summit. There are not many views until you reach the top, which requires ascending 800 feet in about 1/2 mile through the rock field over large rocks and on a few dirt paths. This is a good area to take your time, make sure your pack is well balanced, and look carefully for easier paths. Getting to the summit does not require actual rock climbing and is not so steep that a fall would cause you to tumble down the rocks. At the summit if it is windy be sure to drop down slightly to the other side. I don’t feel like the summit would be dangerous in heavy winds but it could be chilly so bring a warm jacket or coat. The views were quite nice, including an unexpected lake down below, and the clouds actually added to the surreal nature of being at the top of a peak. We got some great videos of the clouds blowing by on each side of the peak. If it is really foggy you might want to wait until the fog passes to get better views, unless they are rain or storm clouds. We ran into a rain cloud on the way down from the rocks but it was not stormy and did not pour on us. The trip back down is nice, pretty much all downhill. Overall I recommend this hike if you are sure footed on large rocks, since the best views are at the peak, after the rock field.

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Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarSeptember 20, 2020
Hiking

This one was surprisingly strenuous—looking at the rolling hill one would think they’re in for a smooth little hike. Nope! It’s perfectly intense and sunny, making it a bit much on a bright, hot, sunny day. Just bring water and be ready to enjoy!

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Colleen Willis reviewed Barmeyer Trail
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Hiking

Hike this trail a few times a week. My favorite in Missoula.

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Everett Koehn reviewed Kim Williams Nature Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful clear day in low 70s. Trail is beautiful and mostly flat, and parallels the Clark Fork River. Light to moderately trafficked with mostly University of Montana students.

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i’d classify this as hard! did take the steepest way up though.

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Trevor Peterson reviewed Barmeyer Trail
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It’s very good.

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Shane Kurzenbaum reviewed Rattlesnake and Wrangle Creek Trails
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Running

A lot of the way is a nice rolling path which is good for running. Only had to stop to hike a couple of times. There are a few forks in the path where you might wonder if you're going the right way; just keep looking for signs that say 9.0 and you'll be fine. If there's no sign just stay on the path you're on. Lots of dogs so be sure to check your shoes before you get in your car :)

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