For the hiker, Montana probably has more to offer than any other state. There are famous hiking areas such as Glacier National Park, the Bob Marshall, the Beartooth Plateau, and the Mission Mountains. Equally compelling are the dozens of hidden, almost unknown mountain ranges and prairie areas with outstanding scenery, fishing, climbing, and other rewards-places where you can hike all day without seeing another person. Hiking Montana, formerly The Hiker's Guide to Montana, covers 120 hikes of both well-known and uncelebrated mountain ranges as well as pristine prairie hiking areas. Also new is a hike description of Mann Gulch-which will help you unravel the mysteries of the 1949 wild fire that claimed the lives of thirteen men-and new sections on hiking with children, barrier-free trails for wheelchairs, and updated information on hiking in bear country. This guide contains accurate, up-to-date information, detailed maps, and eye-catching black-and-white photos. Whether you are looking for an easy family hike within minutes of an urban area or a multi-day backpack adventure in the wilderness, Hiking Montana is essential for planning your next outing in the Big Sky State.
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