Trails Around Bozeman
Bozeman is home to some of the best riding in Montana. If you're into ripping downhill runs or long epic rides then Bozeman is for you! Before you head out, stop in and pick-up one of the many trail maps offered for our area.
Check out our selection of maps here!
Blackmore is very "rooty," especially for Montana. It's also steep, with a few rocky sections thrown in the mix. Experienced riders and downhillers will love this trail. Read more >
Brackett Creek can be done in just about any way you want: shuttle, loop, out and back or BIG LOOP (as Bangtail Divide Trail). This is the northern section of the Bangtail Divide Trail. The best part: 5 miles of glorious singletrack from the top. Read more >
Fast, flowy and SCARY. The trail isn't overly technical, but where this trail earns its SCARY reputation is for its XXX rated exposure. Read more >
Offering a shuttle option and an alternative view of Bozeman and Hylite lake area. The trail offers a little of everything from buff mellow singletrack, steep rocky sections and roller coaster sections. Read more >
Berms, Berms, Berms... Super flowy trail with... you guessed it more berms than you can shake your bike at. Leverich will be enjoyed by all levels of riders from the beginner to the seasoned pro. Read more >
Arguably the most technical ride in the area. Downhillers and experienced riders will love the gnar rock gardens and the tight single track that make you feel like your riding something from one of your favorite bike movies. Read more >
This is one of the beginner trails in the Bozeman region. It's 10 miles to the lake and with 1340 feet of elevation gain, it's a rather moderate climb. Read more >
Epic out and back ride with incredible views. Trail begins with the tight single track through wide open grassy fields. It has a couple of up-down sections before it turns into a long climb that takes you through everything the Bridgers have to offer. Read more >
One of the classic local rides. Trail starts off with a steep and technical climb that will test even the most seasoned riders. From there the trail takes you back through the trees eventually bringing you up to a look out point. Read more >
A local hotspot. Known for its swoopy flowy and technical sections with some fun corners. Early season there are creek crossings and a water fall at the top if you make it all the way to the top. Read more >