You’d be hard-pressed to find someone in Montana who doesn’t love being outside. And since the Treasure State is world famous for its hiking trails, it’s safe to assume most of us love a good trek through the great outdoors. If you’re up for a bit of a challenge and don’t mind breaking a sweat, give one of these trails in Montana a try this summer.
1. Grinnell Glacier Trail
This 9.8 mile round-trip hiking trail is fully accessible only from July-September, so plan accordingly. Located near East Glacier Park, it’s full of scenic views.
2. Avalanche Lake Trail
This 5 mile trail is located near Essex, and from May-October hikers can enjoy the beautiful and scenic trek. This is a moderately difficult trail, so if you aren’t in the best shape, just remember to stop and take a breather now and then.