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The College/Huffine Trail, named for the roads that the trail follows on the outskirts of Bozeman, is a well-kept asphalt pathway that traverses through the northern edge of the campus of Montana State University and heads west into the developing suburban neighborhoods on the fringes of the city. Providing over two miles of convenient travel for cyclists and pedestrians, the trail does feature many road crossings and doesn't offer the most scenic of surroundings - although the gorgeous mountain scenery and Montana skyline would lend any trail some amount of beauty.
The trail helps give residents an easy means of commuting to and from the university, and trail users can continue down the sidewalks along College Street past campus to reach the city's neat rail-trail, the Gallagator Linear Trail. On the western end, the College/Huffine Trail links up with pathways that lead into Bozeman Pond and a local park and elementary school, as well as the Fowler/West Trail, which leads through the rows of homes and into Valley West Park.
Parking is available at various lots on the campus of Montana State University off of College Street; be sure to follow any posted parking signs and regulations.
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