Whether you are a seasoned outdoorsman aiming for the summit or a day hiker looking for a leisurely stroll, Great Falls offers a great starting point to the best hiking areas for all types.

Bob Marshall Area

Chinese Wall |  40 miles to 100 miles roundtrip |   Moderately Difficult
Mt Wright Summit |   6.6 miles |   Difficult
Crown Mountain |   5.8 miles to 8.5 miles |   Moderate
Willow Creek Falls |   3.2 miles |   Moderately Easy

Glacier National Park

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Avalanche Lake |   4.1 miles |   Moderate
Grinnell Glacier Trail |   11 miles |   Moderate
Iceberg Lake |   9 miles |   Moderately Easy
St Mary and Virginia Falls |   2.4 miles |   Easy
Ptarmigan Tunnel/Elizabeth Lake |   10 miles or 19.7 miles |   Moderately Difficult
Upper Two Medicine Lake |   4.4 miles |   Easy
Highline Trail to Haystack Pass or “The Loop” | 7.2 miles Roundtrip or 11.9 miles through hike | Moderate to Strenuous
Appistoki Falls and Scenic Point | 7.8 miles Roundtrip | Moderate
Running Eagle Falls | 0.6 miles Roundtrip | Easy
Swiftcurrent Trail to Redrock Falls or Bullhead Lake |   3.6 Miles Roundtrip, Easy or 6.8 miles Roundtrip, Easy

Waterton Lakes

Crypt Lake |   10.5 miles |   Moderate
Bear’s Hump |   1.8 miles |   Moderate
Bertha Lake |   6.8 miles |   Moderate
Crandell Lake Trail |   6.8 miles |   Moderate
Carthew-Anderson Trail |   6.8 miles |   Difficult
Lineham Falls |   5.2 miles |   Moderate
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Lewis and Clark and Helena National Forests

Our Lake |   5 miles |   Easy
Memorial Falls |   1 mile |   Easy
Muddy Creek Falls |   5 miles |   Moderate
Paine Gulch |   6 miles |   Moderate
Devil’s Glen |   7 miles |   Easy
Lower Holland Lake Falls | 3.3 miles Roundtrip | Easy
Morrell Falls | 6.9 miles Roundtrip | Easy

Montana Wilderness Association

Year-Round Wilderness Walks | All Skill Levels