Biking


Biking

Missoula offers some of the most exciting biking adventures in the world.

Blue Mountain National Recreation Area

Miles: 41

Elevation Gain: 2,460 feet

At the Blue Mountain Recreation Area you'll find breathtaking views and a forest-fire lookout at road's end. The 4,900-acre area also features off-road trails for hikers, equestrians, bicyclists, people in wheelchairs and ATV enthusiasts.

Blue Mountain


Kim Williams Nature Trail

Miles: 2.5

Elevation Gain: None

Branching off of the Southside of the riverfront walking trail, the Kim Williams Nature Trail is a great place to walk, run, bicycle or horseback ride. Named in honor of Missoula naturalist Kim Williams, the trail takes you through a 134-acre natural area of the Hellgate Canyon. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife along the river.

Kim Williams


Pattee Canyon Recreation Area

Miles: 27

Elevation Gain: Varies

The Pattee Canyon Recreation Area has been a favorite Missoula recreation area for years. The 3,200-acre area has an abundance of ponderosa pines and a network of scenic foot, horse, bicycle and cross-country ski trails.

Pattee Canyon


Rattlesnake National Recreation Area and Wilderness

Miles: 73

Elevation Gain: Varies

The Rattlesnake National Recreation Area and Wilderness is a 60,000-acre wilderness complex to Missoula's north. The developed trails welcomes a variety of hiking, backpacking, horseback riding and bicycling opportunities.

Rattlesnake National Recreation Area and Wilderness

Remember to recreate responsibly as you visit Missoula and explore our many options for outdoor recreation.

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