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Very scenic trail with waterfalls & mountains.

Fun place for kids. Easy access.

Get lucky with the weather may be the trick

An awesome hike rewarding its conquerors with stunning views from all directions. Shuffled up there after my noon class on a Friday to watch the sunset and it did not disappoint.

2 days ago

A fun trail going up with great views of, both, the valley and the expansive country going east. There are steeper inclines in multiple areas which make the descent more of a controlled fall than a leisurely down-mountain stroll. A good one to check off the list.

on Sypes Canyon

2 days ago

A fun hike up the west side of the Bridger Range. Easy going most of the way; difficulty increases during the last leg. Provides good views of the valley offering new perspectives.

on M Trail

2 days ago

An iconic trail for the Bozeman community, especially for those who are students. A short trek, either straight up, or on switch back trails. Synonymous to Drinking Horse Trail in difficulty and length.

2 days ago

A fine short trek. Good for an evening walk or to just stretch your legs.

Despite a few iced-over sections of the trail, the hike was well worth it. The lake is still frozen and is even more beautiful than summertime. I recommend that you bring ski poles

hiking
2 days ago

Great hike close to town

hiking
3 days ago

So we had to park in the lower parking lot due to the snow, which made this a lot longer of a hike! It was about 12-13 miles round trip. We could not believe it when we saw you could drive right up to the lake in the summer.. haha. The trailhead sign was buried in snow. It was HARD in the snow, not to mention it started blizzarding when we got to the frozen lake. Made for a fun adventure though & those mountain views at the top were amazing, plus the absolute silence. I can't imagine how it would look when it was a clear day!! If your feeling adventurous, go for it in the Winter :)

hiking
3 days ago

Good hike. Agree with the other review.. this is not the hike with the waterfall. It's an uphill hike with views of Lolo Peak. Nice views. Tough right now because there is still a ton of snow, so it'd make a great snowshoe.

Loved this trail! Had great views & lots of fun! I would definitely recommend as a year round solid hike

4 days ago