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Alkali Creek Trail

2.2 miles
The Alkali Creek Trail follows the road of the same name in northeastern Billings. It travels through residential areas and provides access to Alkali Creek Elementary School. Its southern end connects to the Swords Park Trail, which stretches ...
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Aronson Avenue Trail

0.5 miles
The Aronson Avenue Trail offers a paved half-mile route along the west side of its namesake roadway with views of open countryside. From its southern end, you can connect to the scenic Swords Park Trail and Alkali Creek Trail.
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BBWA Canal Trail

2.8 miles
The BBWA Canal Trail offers nearly 3 miles of paved pathway in western Billings, mostly along the Billings Bench Water Association Canal. The waterway, used for irrigation and storm drainage, dates back to the early 1900s. From the trail's ...
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Big Ditch Trail

1.3 miles
The Big Ditch Trail offers a one mile east-west route through western Billings. The trail begins south of the Poly Vista Ball Fields, near Arrowhead Elementary School, and travels west to Rimrock West Park, a 10-acre recreational area featuring ...
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Gabel Road Trail

0.8 miles
The Gabel Road Trail stretches nearly a mile through TransTech Center, a high-tech business park in southwestern Billings. The trail offers pleasant landscaping and views of several manmade ponds as it meanders through the commercial subdivision. ...
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Jim Dutcher Trail

6.2 miles
The Jim Dutcher Trail currently offers 6 miles of paved pathway in two disconnected segments in southeastern Billings along the Yellowstone River. Along the way, the trail is dotted with community parks. Begin your journey in wooded Two Moon ...
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King Avenue East Trail

0.5 miles
The King Avenue East Trail, in southwestern Billings, provides a half-mile concrete route along the south side of the roadway with access to a busy commercial subdivision at its eastern end. It's hoped that one day the trail will continue east ...
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King Avenue West Trail

1.5 miles
The King Avenue West Trail offers a paved east-west route through southwestern Billings with access to Shiloh Crossing, one of the city's most popular commercial subdivisions. Additional shopping and eating outlets can be found on the trail's ...
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Kiwanis Trail (MT)

2.1 miles
The Kiwanis Trail offers a 2-mile north-south route through the Heights neighborhood of Billings along a former railroad corridor. At its southern end, you can reach Two Moon Park and hop on the 6-mile Jim Dutcher Trail, which provides connections ...
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Lake Elmo Drive Trail

0.6 miles
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Lake Elmo Trail

1.4 miles
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Rehberg Ranch Trail

1.2 miles
Rehberg Ranch Trail follows the Iron Horse Trail roadway through a northern suburb of Billings. For just over a mile, the paved neighborhood trail offers views of Montana backcountry, including sandstone formations, prairie grasslands and pine ...
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Rimrock Road Trail

1.7 miles
The Rimrock Road Trail is an east-west route in western Billings along the north side of Rimrock Road. It travels nearly 2 miles with mostly residential views. From its eastern end, you can hop on the Shiloh Road Trail, which offers a number ...
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Shiloh Road Trail

4.6 miles
The Shiloh Road Trail is an important part of the trail network in western Billings, offering connections to the Rimrock Road Trail, Big Ditch Trail and King Avenue West Trail. It begins at Rimrock Road and follows a straight course south ...
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South Billings Boulevard Trail

0.7 miles
Although not a scenic route, the paved South Billings Boulevard Trail offers connections to residential and commercial areas and Newman Elementary School. At its southern end, you can also connect to the King Avenue East Trail.
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Swords Park Trail

3.8 miles
The Swords Park Trail offers beautiful views of Billings and the Yellowstone Valley on a paved route of nearly 4 miles through the northern end of town. Springtime is especially pleasant with wildflowers blooming along the trail. Trailside benches ...
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Zimmerman Trail

1.3 miles
The Zimmerman Trail is a north-south route in western Billings that parallels the eastern flank of a roadway of the same name. The paved pathway is just over a mile long with pleasant neighborhood views. From the trail's southern end, travel ...
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