These 2 Montana Hiking Trails Rank Among Best In The U.S.
Montana ranks high when it comes to outdoor activities. No matter the season there are so many things to do throughout the state.
In the winter you can ski, snowboard, snow shoe, snowmobile, ice skate, the list goes on and on. In the summer and fall you have the opportunity to do biking, floating the rivers, fishing, and of course hiking, just to list a few.
Montana is full of some of the most beautiful hiking trails in the world and it is becoming more and more popular throughout the United States. People will fly in from all over the world just to hike some of Montana's famous hiking trails for the weekend.
This trial will take you a little over 10 miles through some of the most beautiful views in Montana. Grinnell Glacier Trail will give you multiple opportunities for epic photos that you will say doesn't come close to how stunning it is in person.
This trail takes a minimum of about 5 hours if you take a cut across the water making the hike only 7 miles. Otherwise you should plan for 7 hours for the full 10 mile hike.
You will get views of Grinnell Falls, Angel Wing, Mount Gould, and Grinnell Lake during your hike, so make sure you are ready to take 100's of photos.
Although this trail goes through 5 states, one of the stops is in beautiful Montana. This trail isn't for a beginner. The Continental Divide Trail covers over 3100 miles, and will take months of planning to ensure you have adequate hiking gear.
The trail is extremely difficult as it goes along the backbone of the North American continent and through BLM managed lands.
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