Bozeman Parks and Trails

Bozeman Trails and Park System

Bozeman Recreational Information

Craft Your Own Map of Bozeman Hiking and Bozeman Biking Trails at the Gallatin County GIS Mapping Site. Also try the Gallatin County Interactive Mapper.

Bozeman Hiking and Biking Trails
Gallatin County and Bozeman, Montana Trails
Bozeman Hiking and Bozeman Running Trails – Some Bozeman Mountain Biking Allowed

Baldy Trail – 4300’ of gain in 5 miles – 2 1/2 hour out and back
Foothills Trail – 11,000’ in 22 miles one-way.
Top Bridger Bowl - 2500’ – 1.5 miles
Bracket Creek to Grassy Mountain Trail to Olson Creek – 3000′ – 22 miles
Bracket Creek to Ross Pass – 2000’ – 3 miles @ 9012′
Fairy Lake to Hardscrabble – 2,000′ climb – 2.5 miles @ 9,300’
Fairy Lake to Sacajewea – 2,000′ climb – 2.5 miles @ 9,665’
Sypes Canyon Trail to Foothills Trail – 6 miles @ 1800′
Sypes Canyon Trail – 5 miles to Baldy @ 3800′
Middle Cottonwood Trail – 1.3 miles to Foothills Trail
Middle Cottonwood Trail – 4 miles and 4000′ to Saddle Peak @ 9,200′
Truman Gulch – 2 miles to the Foothills Trail
Truman Gulch – 5 miles to Ross Pass
Corbly Gulch – 4 miles – 4000′ climb to Sacajewea
@ 9665′
North Cottonwood – 7 miles to Sacajewea @ 9665′