In Montana, you’ll discover wildlife sightings, jaw-dropping scenery and trails for every ability level. From Glacier National Park to the Bitterroot Mountains and beyond, read about the Montana hiking trails that we’ve experienced. Use our tips to plan your next Big Sky hiking adventure.
Glacier National Park Hikes
From easy to difficult, Glacier National Park offers some of the most scenic hikes that we’ve experienced. Discover our favorites by clicking on: Glacier National Park Hikes.
Hiking the Danny On Trail
The Danny On Trail meanders up Big Mountain in Whitefish, Montana, offering views of the Flathead Valley and beyond. Click on Hiking the Danny On Trail to read more about our experience.
Tips for Hiking Kootenai Creek Trail
Put this cool summer hike on your list if you’re visiting the Bitterroot Valley of Montana. To read about our experience, click on Tips for Hiking Kootenai Creek Trail.
Tips for Hiking Montana’s Mystic Lake Trail
The 14-mile drive down a dirt road is worth it when you’re on the way to hike Mystic Lake Trail near Fishtail, Montana. To read our hiking tips, click on Tips for Hiking Montana’s Mystic Lake Trail.
Elk Lake Hike in Montana
Are you looking for an active travel adventure in Montana? Hiking is one of the best ways to experience the wildness of the Treasure State. And, with trails available for every level of hiker, there’s no reason to sit on the cabin porch, especially when you can hike to Elk Lake. Read about our experience by clicking on Elk Lake Hike.
Hiking on Montana’s Stillwater Trail
Alan and I traveled to the Stillwater River Valley in Montana and found some incredible hiking trails. Click on Hiking on Montana’s Stillwater Trail to read more about our experience.
Lake Como Hike
The Lake Como National Recreational Loop Trail is a 7-mile hike that encircles the lake. Click on Hiking at Lake Como to read more about our experience.