Hike With Your Dog

the site where you won't be able to wipe the wag off your dog's tail

MONTANA

National Parks With Hiking

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
Dogs are allowed in this park but not much hiking

Glacier National Park
Dogs are not allowed on the trails in this park

Links to National Forests With Hiking

Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest
Bitterroot National Forest
Custer National Forest
Flathead National Forest
Gallatin National Forest
Helena National Forest
Kootenai National Forest
Lewis and Clark National Forest
Lolo National Forest

State Parks With Hiking
Montana State Parks
Dogs are not allowed in Spring Meadow Lake State Park or Wild Horse Island State Park.


Beavertail Hill State Park

Big Arm State Park

Black Sandy State Park

Giant Springs State Park

Lake Elmo State Park

Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park

Lone Pine State Park

Madison Buffalo Jump State Park 

Makoshika State Park

Medicine Rocks State Park

Missouri Headwaters State Park

Pirogue Island State Park

Sluice Boxes State Park

Ulm Pishkun State Park

Wayfarers State Park
 
West Shore State Park



Share A Favorite Hike With Your Dog In Montana
FavoriteHikesMontana@hikewithyourdog.com


Your Dog's Favorite Hikes In Montana

Submitted by Ellen:
For a great view and a good stretch of the legs with your dog (and about
10-50 others dogs, depending on the time of day/week), try Bozeman, and their "Peet's Hill" trail. Bozeman has MANY trails in and about the town, but Peet's Hill, overlooking the entire town/valley has spectacular view and is dog friendly....great for socializing your dog OFF-LEASH. Most dogs are well-mannered (and their owners), giving it the name "doggie-daycare" with the walkers. You can do several laps around the trails and get in 3-5 miles for exercise!!!

Submitted by Jenna:
Am submitting a great hike along the Lewis and Clark trail just outside of the Fish Creek House Bed and Breakfast in Whitehall Montana... It just borders the Beaverhead Deer Lodge National Forest and it's got great wildlife and deer sightings. Great views of the Tobacco Root Mountains. Dogs can explore all along Fish Creek and the hike can be anywhere from 1/2 mile to 6 miles (ONE WAY! ) ... So you can go as long as your canine or human friends want to go.

Then we went back to The Fish Creek House for some great refreshments and awesome views on the wrap around porch. Fish Creek House will even supply homemade hiking sticks and apres dog treats too.
For trail info you can contact them directly at http://www.fishcreekhouse.com

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