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Hiking & Backpacking

Hiking in Montana is a great way to explore the state while experiencing nature and wildlife. Each trail offers an adventure into the vast openness of God’s Country. From scenic day hikes in Glacier National Park to multi-day wilderness excursions in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Grab your backpack and find a trail that’s right for you. The mountains are calling.

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Yellowstone Wolf Tracker

Hiking Guide
Gardiner, MT

The Wild Side is a guide service for groups, families and individuals. We specialize in wolf, grizzly bear and other wildlife viewing, as well as trekking and day hiking in Yellowstone National Park.

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In Our Nature Guiding Services

Wildlife Viewing Guide
Gardiner, MT

Private guide services for wildlife watching, birdwatching tours, day hiking, backpacking, llama treks, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and custom tours in Yellowstone National Park, based in Gardiner, Montana (Yellowstone's north entrance). We now offer custom tour and lodging packages, ...

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Big Wild Adventures

Backpacking/Mountaineering Guide
Emigrant, MT

Guided backpacking tours in Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, Montana and Wyoming. Our guided hiking/trekking tours are multi-day wilderness adventures, backpacking (or canoeing) in a primitive environment, tent-camping on all trips in magnificent true wilderness!

Dropstone Outfitting

Hiking Guide
Choteau, MT

Hike in Montana’s Largest Wilderness Area, the Bob Marshall! The only outfitter in the Bob Marshall Wilderness that caters specifically to stock-supported guided hiking trips, Dropstone Outfitting’s services allow our guests to carry a light day pack while our seasoned stock transport the gear to ...

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Swan Mountain Llama Trekking

Llama Trek
Swan Lake, MT

Swan Mountain Llama Trekking offers a wide spectrum of guided llama treks for novice and experienced hikers alike in beautiful Glacier Country of Northwest Montana. Though Llama Treks do not take place within Glacier National Park, they offer stunning views of the Park and other Montana wilderness ...

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Route of the Hiawatha Scenic Bike Trail

Mullan, ID

This portion of the Olympian Hiawatha route has been called one of the most breathtaking scenic stretches of railroad in the country. The "Crown Jewel" of Rail-to-Trail mountain bicycle trails is operated by Lookout Pass Ski Area, which is next to I-90 at the Idaho/Montana state line, 12 miles ...

Kreis Pond Mountain Bike Trails

National Forest Trail

Kries Pond Mountain Bike Trails begin and end at Kreis Pond Picnic Area and Campground and are 25 miles long. There are four trails for all levels of mountain bikers. There is a combination of gravel roads and dirt trails. Length: 25 miles Trail Begins: Kreis Pond Picnic Area and Campground ...

Camp Misery Trailhead

National Forest Trail
Kalispell, MT

Camp Misery is the main trailhead for the Jewel Basin Hiking Area, including the Mt. Aeneas #717 trail.