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7th Street Trail

1.3 mi
State: MT
Concrete

Bitterroot Trail

51 mi
State: MT
Asphalt, Concrete

Clements Road Trail

1.27 mi
State: MT
Asphalt

Greenough Park Trail

0.8 mi
State: MT
Asphalt, Dirt

Kim Williams Nature Trail

4.2 mi
State: MT
Asphalt, Dirt, Gravel
Accordion

Larchmont Trail

0.5 mi
State: MT
Asphalt

Mansion Heights Trail

0.6 mi
State: MT
Asphalt, Gravel

Milwaukee Trail

1.8 mi
State: MT
Asphalt

Riverfront Trail (MT)

3.5 mi
State: MT
Asphalt, Ballast, Gravel

Route of the Olympian

31 mi
State: MT
Gravel

South Avenue Trail

2.2 mi
State: MT
Asphalt

Spurgin-Humble Road Trail

0.8 mi
State: MT
Concrete
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The 7th Street Trail is an on-road, extra-wide shoulder specifically designed for pedestrians and cyclists. The path runs for 1.36 miles between Clements Road and Hiberta Avenue, running east–west on the ...
MT 1.3 mi Concrete
The Bitterroot Trail is a paved pathway largely paralleling US 93 between Missoula and Hamilton in Montana's scenic Bitterroot Valley. The trail provides a safe transportation alternative to the busy highway ...
MT 51 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Clements Road Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy Clements Road and provides a safe alternative to riding on the shoulder. The path runs for nearly 1.3 miles between the South Avenue ...
MT 1.27 mi Asphalt
The Greenough Park Trail is truly one of urban Missoula's best, making for a peaceful refuge from the city hubbub and near the downtown area. The trail makes a loop through this lush 42-acre park, not ...
MT 0.8 mi Asphalt, Dirt
The Kim Williams Nature Trail provides a scenic stroll or bike ride alongside the Clark Fork River, connecting several parks in downtown Missoula. It also connects to the Riverfront Trail, giving users ...
MT 4.2 mi Asphalt, Dirt, Gravel
The Larmont Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy Reserve Street (US 93) and provides a safe alternative to riding on the road. The path runs for only a little more than 0.5 mile between ...
MT 0.5 mi Asphalt
The Mansion Heights Trail passes along the northern end of a neighborhood development of the same name toward the top of Missoula's South Hills. The homes here are quite beautiful and they match the views ...
MT 0.6 mi Asphalt, Gravel
Accordion
This isn't one of Missoula's more scenic trails, but nevertheless it's a great connector from downtown to the western edges of suburbia. The trail was completed in 2011 and zigzags along an asphalt corridor ...
MT 1.8 mi Asphalt
The North Avenue–Humble Road Trail is a short, Y-shaped link joining two other of Missoula's west-side trails: South Avenue Trail and Clements Road Trail. The on-road trail is nicely widened bike lane ...
MT 1 mi
Missoula's Riverfront Trail follows both the north and south sides of the Clark Fork River through city parks downtown and near the university campus. Though it's not quite clear where the Riverfront Trail ...
MT 3.5 mi Asphalt, Ballast, Gravel
The 31-mile long Route of the Olympian is one of several rail-trails occupying the abandoned Pacific route of the Milwaukee Road, which originally connected the railroad's Wisconsin hub with Washington ...
MT 31 mi Gravel
The South Avenue Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy South Avenue and provides a safe alternative to riding in the road. The path runs for a little more than 2 miles between Old Fort Road ...
MT 2.2 mi Asphalt
The Spurgin–Humble Road Trail runs just under 1 mile between the Clements Road Trail and the Kelly Island access path at the end of Humble Road. The on-road trail is nicely widened bike lane purpose-built ...
MT 0.8 mi Concrete

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7th Street Trail

MT - 1.3 miles

The 7th Street Trail is an on-road, extra-wide shoulder specifically designed for pedestrians and cyclists. The path runs for 1.36 miles between Clements Road and Hiberta Avenue, running east–west on the ...

Bitterroot Trail

MT - 51 miles

The Bitterroot Trail is a paved pathway largely paralleling US 93 between Missoula and Hamilton in Montana's scenic Bitterroot Valley. The trail provides a safe transportation alternative to the busy highway ...

Clements Road Trail

MT - 1.27 miles

The Clements Road Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy Clements Road and provides a safe alternative to riding on the shoulder. The path runs for nearly 1.3 miles between the South Avenue ...

Greenough Park Trail

MT - 0.8 miles

The Greenough Park Trail is truly one of urban Missoula's best, making for a peaceful refuge from the city hubbub and near the downtown area. The trail makes a loop through this lush 42-acre park, not ...

Accordion

Greenough Park Trail

MT - 0.8 miles

The Greenough Park Trail is truly one of urban Missoula's best, making for a peaceful refuge from the city hubbub and near the downtown area. The trail makes a loop through this lush 42-acre park, not ...

Kim Williams Nature Trail

MT - 4.2 miles

The Kim Williams Nature Trail provides a scenic stroll or bike ride alongside the Clark Fork River, connecting several parks in downtown Missoula. It also connects to the Riverfront Trail, giving users ...

Larchmont Trail

MT - 0.5 miles

The Larmont Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy Reserve Street (US 93) and provides a safe alternative to riding on the road. The path runs for only a little more than 0.5 mile between ...

Mansion Heights Trail

MT - 0.6 miles

The Mansion Heights Trail passes along the northern end of a neighborhood development of the same name toward the top of Missoula's South Hills. The homes here are quite beautiful and they match the views ...

Milwaukee Trail

MT - 1.8 miles

This isn't one of Missoula's more scenic trails, but nevertheless it's a great connector from downtown to the western edges of suburbia. The trail was completed in 2011 and zigzags along an asphalt corridor ...

North Avenue-Humble Road Trail

MT - 1 miles

The North Avenue–Humble Road Trail is a short, Y-shaped link joining two other of Missoula's west-side trails: South Avenue Trail and Clements Road Trail. The on-road trail is nicely widened bike lane ...

Riverfront Trail (MT)

MT - 3.5 miles

Missoula's Riverfront Trail follows both the north and south sides of the Clark Fork River through city parks downtown and near the university campus. Though it's not quite clear where the Riverfront Trail ...

Route of the Olympian

MT - 31 miles

The 31-mile long Route of the Olympian is one of several rail-trails occupying the abandoned Pacific route of the Milwaukee Road, which originally connected the railroad's Wisconsin hub with Washington ...

South Avenue Trail

MT - 2.2 miles

The South Avenue Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy South Avenue and provides a safe alternative to riding in the road. The path runs for a little more than 2 miles between Old Fort Road ...

Spurgin-Humble Road Trail

MT - 0.8 miles

The Spurgin–Humble Road Trail runs just under 1 mile between the Clements Road Trail and the Kelly Island access path at the end of Humble Road. The on-road trail is nicely widened bike lane purpose-built ...

7th Street Trail

MT - 1.3 miles

The 7th Street Trail is an on-road, extra-wide shoulder specifically designed for pedestrians and cyclists. The path runs for 1.36 miles between Clements Road and Hiberta Avenue, running east–west on the ...

Bitterroot Trail

MT - 51 miles

The Bitterroot Trail is a paved pathway largely paralleling US 93 between Missoula and Hamilton in Montana's scenic Bitterroot Valley. The trail provides a safe transportation alternative to the busy highway ...

Clements Road Trail

MT - 1.27 miles

The Clements Road Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy Clements Road and provides a safe alternative to riding on the shoulder. The path runs for nearly 1.3 miles between the South Avenue ...

Greenough Park Trail

MT - 0.8 miles

The Greenough Park Trail is truly one of urban Missoula's best, making for a peaceful refuge from the city hubbub and near the downtown area. The trail makes a loop through this lush 42-acre park, not ...

Accordion

Greenough Park Trail

MT - 0.8 miles

The Greenough Park Trail is truly one of urban Missoula's best, making for a peaceful refuge from the city hubbub and near the downtown area. The trail makes a loop through this lush 42-acre park, not ...

Kim Williams Nature Trail

MT - 4.2 miles

The Kim Williams Nature Trail provides a scenic stroll or bike ride alongside the Clark Fork River, connecting several parks in downtown Missoula. It also connects to the Riverfront Trail, giving users ...

Larchmont Trail

MT - 0.5 miles

The Larmont Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy Reserve Street (US 93) and provides a safe alternative to riding on the road. The path runs for only a little more than 0.5 mile between ...

Mansion Heights Trail

MT - 0.6 miles

The Mansion Heights Trail passes along the northern end of a neighborhood development of the same name toward the top of Missoula's South Hills. The homes here are quite beautiful and they match the views ...

Milwaukee Trail

MT - 1.8 miles

This isn't one of Missoula's more scenic trails, but nevertheless it's a great connector from downtown to the western edges of suburbia. The trail was completed in 2011 and zigzags along an asphalt corridor ...

North Avenue-Humble Road Trail

MT - 1 miles

The North Avenue–Humble Road Trail is a short, Y-shaped link joining two other of Missoula's west-side trails: South Avenue Trail and Clements Road Trail. The on-road trail is nicely widened bike lane ...

Riverfront Trail (MT)

MT - 3.5 miles

Missoula's Riverfront Trail follows both the north and south sides of the Clark Fork River through city parks downtown and near the university campus. Though it's not quite clear where the Riverfront Trail ...

Route of the Olympian

MT - 31 miles

The 31-mile long Route of the Olympian is one of several rail-trails occupying the abandoned Pacific route of the Milwaukee Road, which originally connected the railroad's Wisconsin hub with Washington ...

South Avenue Trail

MT - 2.2 miles

The South Avenue Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy South Avenue and provides a safe alternative to riding in the road. The path runs for a little more than 2 miles between Old Fort Road ...

Spurgin-Humble Road Trail

MT - 0.8 miles

The Spurgin–Humble Road Trail runs just under 1 mile between the Clements Road Trail and the Kelly Island access path at the end of Humble Road. The on-road trail is nicely widened bike lane purpose-built ...

7th Street Trail

MT - 1.3 miles

The 7th Street Trail is an on-road, extra-wide shoulder specifically designed for pedestrians and cyclists. The path runs for 1.36 miles between Clements Road and Hiberta Avenue, running east–west on the ...

Bitterroot Trail

MT - 51 miles

The Bitterroot Trail is a paved pathway largely paralleling US 93 between Missoula and Hamilton in Montana's scenic Bitterroot Valley. The trail provides a safe transportation alternative to the busy highway ...

Clements Road Trail

MT - 1.27 miles

The Clements Road Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy Clements Road and provides a safe alternative to riding on the shoulder. The path runs for nearly 1.3 miles between the South Avenue ...

Greenough Park Trail

MT - 0.8 miles

The Greenough Park Trail is truly one of urban Missoula's best, making for a peaceful refuge from the city hubbub and near the downtown area. The trail makes a loop through this lush 42-acre park, not ...

Accordion

Kim Williams Nature Trail

MT - 4.2 miles

The Kim Williams Nature Trail provides a scenic stroll or bike ride alongside the Clark Fork River, connecting several parks in downtown Missoula. It also connects to the Riverfront Trail, giving users ...

Larchmont Trail

MT - 0.5 miles

The Larmont Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy Reserve Street (US 93) and provides a safe alternative to riding on the road. The path runs for only a little more than 0.5 mile between ...

Mansion Heights Trail

MT - 0.6 miles

The Mansion Heights Trail passes along the northern end of a neighborhood development of the same name toward the top of Missoula's South Hills. The homes here are quite beautiful and they match the views ...

Milwaukee Trail

MT - 1.8 miles

This isn't one of Missoula's more scenic trails, but nevertheless it's a great connector from downtown to the western edges of suburbia. The trail was completed in 2011 and zigzags along an asphalt corridor ...

North Avenue-Humble Road Trail

MT - 1 miles

The North Avenue–Humble Road Trail is a short, Y-shaped link joining two other of Missoula's west-side trails: South Avenue Trail and Clements Road Trail. The on-road trail is nicely widened bike lane ...

Riverfront Trail (MT)

MT - 3.5 miles

Missoula's Riverfront Trail follows both the north and south sides of the Clark Fork River through city parks downtown and near the university campus. Though it's not quite clear where the Riverfront Trail ...

Route of the Olympian

MT - 31 miles

The 31-mile long Route of the Olympian is one of several rail-trails occupying the abandoned Pacific route of the Milwaukee Road, which originally connected the railroad's Wisconsin hub with Washington ...

South Avenue Trail

MT - 2.2 miles

The South Avenue Trail is a paved path that parallels Missoula's busy South Avenue and provides a safe alternative to riding in the road. The path runs for a little more than 2 miles between Old Fort Road ...

Spurgin-Humble Road Trail

MT - 0.8 miles

The Spurgin–Humble Road Trail runs just under 1 mile between the Clements Road Trail and the Kelly Island access path at the end of Humble Road. The on-road trail is nicely widened bike lane purpose-built ...

Recent Trail Reviews

Bitterroot Trail

Nice trail, but noisy

May, 2017 by gjswitek


Rode from Missoula to Florence and back. The adjacent highway is heavily traveled and quite noisy. In Missoula the trail puts you onto local streets and is not well marked. It's easy to get lost. Local drivers have been very courteous in giving the right of way, and the trip back to Missoula is easier riding than to Florence. Traveler's Rest State Park at Lolo is a nice diversion and resting point, and Glen's Café in Florence serves very good pie.

Bitterroot Trail

Bitterroot ride

May, 2016 by knightskies2u

We started in Missoula and found that not all of the trail to Lolo is complete. It was a great ride all the way to Hamilton and back and plan on doing it again. One bad thing to report is that some of the bridge approaches have sunk below the bridge decks. About thirty miles from Missoula on the way back I destroyed my wheel because of the problem

Bitterroot Trail

Fun Trail

November, 2015 by hamiltonboyglen

I ride the bitterroot path on my Tour Easy Easy Racer LE. I park at Anglers roost where the path starts at the south end of the Bitterroot valley just soith of Hamilton.Unload my bike and enjoy a nice smooth ride from Anglers roost headed north toward Hamilton.About 2 miles up the path "All asphalt" you can stop at Murdochs Farm supply and look around then continue on towards Hamilton
When you get to Hamilton the path ends but you have sidewalks or you can veer off and work your way around town on nice treed back streets.If you stay on the sidewalk on the south end of town you can stop in at Valley Bike and Ski and look around.Lots of shops and restaurants on main street.You can head north up main street "no path" to the Bitteroot river or keep going north on 93 and cross the Bitterroot again and go all the way to LoLo if you like! Its along 93 all the way bit there is plenty of beautiful scenery
Specially on my recumbent!

Accordion

Clements Road Trail

Heart of Missoula running

May, 2015 by runmolly

If you need a safe, traffic free place to run in the middle of Missoula, this is a great trail. It's usually plowed in the winter, as Target Range school is part of the path access. Flat and good decently lit in the dark winter mornings.

Bitterroot Trail

Trail is complete now

September, 2014 by sbrownpgh

My family and I were just out there and the trail is now complete from Lolo to Hamilton.

Route of the Olympian

Review by Former Route of the Hiawatha Trail Marshall

August, 2014 by jgstamm

As a former Trail Marshall on the Route of the Hiawatha, I wanted to experience and compare the Olympian trail. I rode in late August, 2014, from the western (Taft or East Portal) end to St. Regis. Contrary to the website description, the trail surface of the upper(western)half of the trail to opposite the 50,000 Dollar Bar is a good, relatively smooth surface. Beyond that, the trail surface is quite rough and should only be ridden with wide tires. Also, thereafter the trail is close to the interstate and scenery is less nice. Plan on taking a minimum of 3.5 hours to ride the whole trail to St. Regis and somewhat longer if riding west. A good day trip would be about 15 miles to the 50,000 Dollar Bar (across the interstate) for food and/or drink or espresso at the same location. There is a nice primitive campsite on the river just before this location. Most of the elevation drop (2-2.5%) is in the first five or so miles from East Portal. After that, the trail is mostly flat or slightly downhill. Scenery is nice altho pretty restricted to trees and the St. Regis River which is alongside much of the way. The one tunnel (about 100 yards long) and one trestle are in the first five miles from East Portal.

Route of the Olympian

Grinding but worth it

July, 2014 by j_t

Rode from St Regis to the Route of the Hiawatha. The beginning of the route wasn't marked. I looked at the satellite image of the route map to make sure I was starting in the right location. About 2-3 miles in to it, the trail turned into a single track that went down hill into a creek. The creek is calf deep in July. I know this because I unsuccessfully attempted to ride through it without getting off my bike. After the creek, you go up a small hill and the trail picks up again. There are no signs stating you're on the Route of the Olympian so a few places will have you guessing. It's a steady, gradual uphill climb all the way (from St Regis). Some sections are loose rock and gravel. I'm glad I was on my diesel, my tank, my 29" mountain bike. Initially, I thought about taking my hybrid. The thinner tires might have held up but they would have dug into the loose rock more. Although the trail was near the interstate, the traffic sounds didn't degrade the quality of the ride. There are no restrooms along the trail. There's a bridge around Saltese with large gaps in the surface. Keep going straight and you'll be fine. There's one tunnel on the route that was occupied by a moose. I made some noise and it ran the other direction. Overall, I enjoyed the ride. Beautiful scenery, fresh evergreen air in the lungs, whats not to like.

Route of the Olympian

TRAILBEAR ON THE OLYMPIAN - Down to the trestle

June, 2013 by trailbear

This promised to be the first day that would not have showers and thunderstorms in the mountains, so we headed to Montana and the East Portal of the Route of the Hiawatha (a great ride)to see the new Route of the Olympian.

From East Portal, the Route of the Hiawatha heads west into Idaho with many tunnels and trestles. It is a Must Do ride. Fee: $10 and $9 for the shuttle back to the top. Pay and enjoy. It's worth it.

From the other end of the East Portal parking lot, the new Route of the Olympian heads east into Montana on the same Milwaukee Road bed. This one is free.

Head left at the parking lot and go to the far end. There is a newish restroom and electrical frame to mark the start of the trail. No signs yet.

The trail bed is a good quality two lane gravel road. Those who know the trail bed in Washington on the John Wayne Pioneer Trail will like this better. TrailBear is on a trike where you don't do a single line - you do three - and the trike liked it. That is rare.

One thing you notice. Downhill. It is all downhill. Nice if you have a shuttle waiting. Otherwise, grind up the grade on the return. (TB grinds up the grade.)

The attractions on this bit of trail are the tunnel and the Dominion Creek trestle, which is about 3.5 miles from the trail head.

The tunnel is a short curved one and you can see daylight at the far end. Still, a flashlight would be nice as the trail bed in the tunnel is rather rough. Exit into a large ? parking area ? and the trestle is just beyond.

Here is a curved steel trestle with a new wooden deck instead of the usual concrete pans filled with gravel. Overhead are a few of the old wooden frames that carried overhead electric wires.

Beyond the trestle the trail turns from two lane to one lane with a lot more loose surface rock. Enjoy. TrailBear turns about here to begin the grind uphill.



Milwaukee Trail

Not pretty but nice connector

May, 2012 by lunariver

As the description notes, this ain't purty but it's a great link for people who live on the west side of town to access downtown and the university. The trail is in great shape, having just opened in 2011, and is well marked, especially the at-grade crossings. As the city begins rehabilitating the disused commercial areas, the trail will only improve from a visual standpoint. Not sure about some of the junky back yards, though, but at least Missoula is developing a more extensive off-road access corridor!

Greenough Park Trail

Not to miss

May, 2012 by lunariver

If you need a break from city life (though Missoula isn't that hectic), this is the place. Quiet, green (in summer), and beautiful, this trail makes for a great stroll or easy bike ride. There are a couple of inclines as you head north on the main trail, though they're short and not too steep. If there's enough snow in winter, you can take your skinny boards out for a ski, but do it before walkers make tracks. Even though this park is popular with lots of folks, you'll still find a little solitude somewhere.

Mansion Heights Trail

Great views of the valley!

May, 2012 by lunariver

Though definitely not a "destination" trail, this path is a nice alternative to riding or walking along Mansion Heights Drive. Also, if you want to take pictures of Missoula Valley and the mountains to the north, this is a great place to do it. If you want a workout for your lungs and thighs, continue up the road for better views and a cardiac strength builder.

Larchmont Trail

4 stars for safety from Reserve Street

May, 2012 by lunariver

Reserve Street (US 93) is a nightmare for cyclists but the trail resolves that problem, if only for a short distance. This path is a great alternative for cyclists and pedestrians wanting to access Missoula’s west side and the Bitterroot River. You'll get great views of Missoula's surrounding mountains and you can link to other west-side trails. Fort Missoula is definitely worth the visit, too!

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