Outdoors & Recreation
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Variety of hikes and excellent mtn biking. Ask me for personalized recommendations.
Few communities enjoy a place quite like the 60,000-acre Rattlesnake National Recreation Area and Wilderness just north of Missoula. A well-developed trail network in the Rattlesnake’s lower reaches gives you a variety of options for day trips – or you can pack overnight gear and venture farther…
So many options for hiking or mountain biking! Make sure your pups are on leash where required - many of the locals are sticklers with this in this area.
Great trail system in Missoula right along Rattlesnake Creek. Rent a bike and ride up and down the trails or go on a hike. The main corridor is flat and good for kids.
Gateway to hiking, biking and cross-country skiing. A beautiful gem right up the road. Up the road about a mile.
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“Woodland park with a creek running through it, you won't even feel like you're in a city. ”
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“The “L” trail is shorter, less steep and has fewer switchbacks than the “M” Trail, making it an easier hike. From there you can continue up the trail a ways to the 2.5-mile-long Backbone Trail which connects hikers to Jumbo's north zone trail system. If that's too far, then at the junction with the Backbone Trail follow the east-facing downward trail along the south face of Jumbo to loop back to the trailhead.”
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“From its Carnegie Library roots to a $5.3 million capital campaign that allowed Missoula Art Museum (MAM) to seamlessly fuse its 100-year-old building with a contemporary addition, MAM has created the ideal environment for exhibiting, celebrating, and preserving the museum’s growing contemporary art collection. And with 45 years on the books, MAM is emerging as the leading contemporary art museum in the Intermountain West.”
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“The 5,500-acre Blue Mountain Recreation Area, just two miles southwest of Missoula, is another close-to-town area to explore. The Lolo National Forest worked closely with Missoula-area recreation groups to establish this area’s trail system and other recreational facilities. Pick up a map at the main trailhead off Blue Mountain Road. There are numerous trails that wind up and around the mountain, and no real "destinations." Blue Mountain is all about the journey, although you could say that the payoff is views of Missoula, spring wildflowers and colorful birdlife, including bluebirds, meadowlarks, grosbeaks, and crossbills. The trails are well marked by numbers, so just explore until you get tired.”
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