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Hiking in Missoula


8 hiking in Missoula

Hiking in Missoula
Mt. Sentinel
Sentinel is indeed the sentinel for Missoula – a stark open peak rising 2,000 feet of the valley floor, a backdrop for most photos
Hiking in Missoula
The M Trail
If you only take one hike while in Missoula, this will probably be it – and if you've just moved here, chances are you’ll be on th
Hiking in Missoula
Sam Braxton National Recreation Trail
Ask around Missoula about where to go biking, and you’re likely hear the name Sam Braxton come up. Braxton was an enthusiastic loc
Hiking in Missoula
Rattlesnake Trail
“The Rattlesnake” is in a lot of ways Missoula’s backyard – it’s both a social spot and a kind of city park. You can find walkers,
Hiking in Missoula
Crooked Trail
The west and south faces of Mt. Sentinel are typically the first spots around Missoula to melt off and dry out, so the Crooked Tra
Hiking in Missoula
Jumbo's L
So suddenly Cooper, who is about an avid of a hiker as a 3 year old can be, decides he in fact does not want to hike at all. And t
Hiking in Missoula
Stateline Trail
So technically the Stateline Trail -- also known as the Idaho Centennial Trail -- is open to mountain biking, but I'm going to com
Hiking in Missoula
Jumbo Saddle
Jumbo's broad grassy slopes frame much of Missoula, but it's the saddle behind it that is where most of the biking is. Accessed fr
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