Copper City

Copper City is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Three Forks, Montana. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Copper City bike trail in Three Forks.

TR 440

TR 440 is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Lincoln, Montana. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of TR 440 bike trail in Lincoln.

Storm Castle Creek

Primarily for hiking. Steep and technical with lots of switchbacks and no fall zones

Johnson Canyon

Trail #545 starts at the parking lot shortly after crossing onto Forest Service Land. This trail starts off level but then climbs steadily acorss the contours and stays high with great views of the valley to the west. It dips into canyons as you head south. Eventually you come to Spring Creek Canyon where then …

Lionhead Mountain Loop

From VisitMT.com: The area around West Yellowstone boasts a wealth of great mountain biking. One of best-advanced rides is the 14-mile Lionhead Loop. Meadows brimming with wildflowers in summer, stunning views down into Hegben Lake make the 2,500 feet of climbing worthwhile. The trailhead is located 7 miles east of West Yellowstone off of Highway …

Mosquito Meadows Trails #102

Mosquito Meadows Trails #102 is a singletrack mountain bike trail in Hamilton, Montana. View maps, videos, photos, and reviews of Mosquito Meadows Trails #102 bike trail in Hamilton.

Rock Creek Trail # 580

from usfs.gov: The Rock Creek trail is 11.6 miles long. It begins at Road 550b and ends at Idaho State Line. This is an easy trail for stock, mountain bikers and hikers. Trail #580 joins with Trail #502 at the west end of Lake Como. On this trail you may see wildlife and osprey. Just …

Lake Como National Recreation Trail #502

from usfs.gov: The Lake Como National Recreation Trail #502 is 3.0 miles long. It begins at Road 1111 and ends at Trail #580. This is an easy trail on the north side of Lake Como and is open to hiking and biking. The trail is paved for the first 1/4 mile. This hike offers spectacular …

Camas Creek Trail # 125

From usfs.gov: The Camas Creek trail is 3.0 miles long. It begins at Forest Road #496 and ends at Camas Lake. The first 1/2 mile of this trail in on an “old logging road”. It is a good beginner mountain biking trail for the first 2 miles. The trail crosses two “foot log bridges”. In …