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Hiking & Walking Trails in Big Sky Country
Glacier National Park
Montana is always ready for lovers of the great outdoors – and the best way to explore this scenic playground is by foot. Hiking and walking trails course through Big Sky Country, so let’s find one right for you.
Glacier National Park encompasses more than 700 miles of hiking trail, including 110 miles of the famed Continental Divide National Scenic Trail.
Hikers are encouraged to trek down the 52-mile Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail, or discover the hiking trails at Logan Pass, Two Medicine, and St. Mary Valley.
A small portion of the Yellowstone National Park dips into the southwest corner of Montana, and can be reached through cities like West Yellowstone and Gardiner. Other trails in the area are found within the Gallatin National Forest, and include Coffin Lake Trail, Kirkwood Trail, and Red Canyon Trail.
Traveling history buffs are also in luck, as Montana offers plenty of historic trails and national monuments. Take a walking tour of the famed Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument – found within the Crow Agency near Billings.
Need more of a challenge? Visit Great Falls for the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center – where guided hikes are lead along the four-mile Sulphur Springs Hiking Trail.
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