22 personnes du coin recommandent
Conseils des habitants
Hike up to the M on Mount Sentinel. It's a relatively tough hike, but the views are worth it.
A unbeatable birds eye view of Missoula and the University. As you gain elevation, the view expands to include all of Missoula, the valley, the Clark Fork River, and distant mountains. It's a steep trail, but only about 1 mile, with 11 switchbacks and a gain of 620 feet of elevation.
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“Hikers must cross private land to reach the public acreage on the hills that form Missoula’s northern backdrop. The main access points are a Mountain Water Co. utility road off Greenough Drive, a trailhead at the north end of Orange Street just past I-90, and a path opposite Mountain View Drive, farther up Duncan Drive. The hillsides feature rare communities of cushion plants, including the Missoula phlox and bitterroots. They also provide birds’-eye views of the city’s railroad yards, downtown and into the Bitterroot Valley. Hikers are asked to stay on established trails and obey landowner signs and fences. ”
- 11 personnes du coin recommandent
“Short distance from The Westsider and great brews! And root beer too! Local favorite. ”
- 24 personnes du coin recommandent
Grocery or Supermarket
“This close by market is a great spot for quick items. If you are headed out early, you can grab coffee and breakfast sandwiches or burritos (all are pre-made, and they have lunch options as well)! Also have local foods, beers and wines for last minute dinner items (the Le Petite french baguettes are a go to!).”
- 8 personnes du coin recommandent
“A “wow” spot with something for everyone: originally a record store (still a great record/music store) gone wild gift shop. Local items and lots to see (jewelry, candles, import art, posters, toys, etc).”
- 22 personnes du coin recommandent