Triple Tree Summit Trail and Triple Tree Trail Loop
This is an easy loop trail, just south of Bozeman, MT. Multi-use trail with hikers and mountain bikers. Trail starts in the Triple Tree Subdivision where dog's must be leashed. Easy access for winter hiking. Great views of the Bridger Mountain Range and the City of Bozeman. Gets muddy in the Spring. Moose and black bear have been reported in this area.
This hike can also be accessed after a short drive up Triple Tree Road, at the intersection of Limestone Meadows Lane. This shortens the hike by about a mile and a half, and allows you to start when the hike is the most interesting.
At the start of the loop, going right will give you a slightly easier climb up, so it's recommended to do the loop counter-clockwise.
This is an ideal hike all year round. Because it's so well trafficked, the trail through the snow is always easily spotted.
Good hike for children, though some portions are a steady upward climb. In the summer, most of the hike is in the shade, providing good protection from the sun.