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Chimney Rock State Park

Total Distance: 4.7 Miles RT Total Elevation Gain: 1329′ Trails Four Seasons Trail: 1.54 Miles Round Trip Woodland Trail from lower parking lot to main parking lot – Elevation Gain: 354′ Hickory Nut Falls Trail: 2.06 Miles Round Trip Branches off Four Seasons Trail to bottom of 400′ waterfall – Elevation Gain: 417′ Visitor’s Parking Lot to Exclamation Point: 1.1 Miles RT – Elevation …

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The College M

College “M”

Distance: 2.9 Miles RT Elevation Gain: 843 ‘ Difficulty: Moderate The College “M” trail is a short but steep hike almost within the city limits of Bozeman. It starts at the nose of the Bridger Mountains. It climbs up the first peak to an area where Montana State University students have constructed a large “M” that can be seen for …

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Fork Of Loop

Coon Tree Loop

3.9 miles 1033′ Elevation Gain Difficulty: Moderate Phil and I have been driving by the Coon Tree Picnic area on Hwy 276 for over 40 years! It is only this year (2013) that we have become interested in hiking around this area. The Coon Tree Picnic area has a nice safe parking lot next to bathrooms with flushing toilets. It …

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Daniel Ridge Loop

Daniel Ridge Loop

Distance: 4 Miles RT (discrepancy with Ramblr mileage) Elevation Change: 827 feet Difficulty: Moderate This trail is easy to get to in winter months when the parkway is closed. The trail begins on a gravel road for the first .1 mile, crossing a new “bridge to nowhere” then forks left at a carsonite sign. The trail follows the creek for …

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