Middle Cottonwood Creek Trail

1 review #1 hike out of 71 in
5.0 mi
Distance
2 hrs 33 min
Time
terrain
1,454 ft
Elev Gain

Overview

Also known as Middle Cottonwood Creek Hike, this is an easy out and back trail in Gallatin National Forest.
Beautiful in all seasons. You can shorten it by turning around whenever you want. Small but adequate parking lot at trailhead. Hikers who seek a longer route can take this trail up to the saddle or Bridger Ridge.


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    3 months, 1 week ago
    What was once a nice quiet hike has turned into a zoo. The trail is littered with dog poo bags and actually reeks of dog urine. Popularity comes with a cost and in this case a once nice hike has been ruined.


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