Story Hills Trail

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  Story Hills, Bozeman, Montana


Length:
 3 miles (round-trip on upper north and lower south)

Duration: 1 to 2.5 hours

Difficulty: Easy

Elevation Gain: 400 feet 

Activities: Hiking, mountain biking, trail running, cross-country skiing

Crowds: Heavy traffic
 

About
The Story Hills rise from the northeast corner of Bozeman. Though private, this property is open to the public during daylight hours. This single-track is a great in-town biking, running, or (leashed) dog-walking destination with nice views of the town and valley. The area has temporary closures at times; pay attention and be respectful.

Seasonal Conditions
Though this trail is open year-round, temporary closures occurr from time to time. The trail is muddy during spring, and gets especially busy during summer and fall. Wear snowboots or cross-country skis during winter, or fatbike over light snow.   

Directions: From Main St., head north on Wallace Ave. As it bends east, Wallace becomes L St. After crossing over Rocky Creek, before the road takes a hard left, turn right onto Story Mill Rd. and continue to one of several parking areas.

Robert Stone's Story Mills Map

Map courtesy Robert Stone's Day Hikes Around Bozeman, Montana

Lat:
45.69562319967979
Lon:
-111.01826190948486
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