134 mi. / 216 km2-3 days
Whitefish Tamarack Forest Loop21 Nov 1 Guest Routes USADeparting from Whitefish, Montana, this overnight or weekend route quickly dives into the Rocky Mountains and the warm glow of the tamarack forest. The Whitefish Tamarack Forest Loop offers sweeping views of glacial peaks, the warm hospitality of the Whitefish Bike Retreat, and a stop at the Polebridge Mercantile for a taste of the best of the Great Divide...
30 mi. / 48 km1.5 days
Fish Forks Overnighter2 Oct 23 Guest Routes USAThe Fish Forks Overnighter offers all the challenges of a deep backcountry trip over the course of just a day and a half. This is “Montana for Montanans,” where the wildlife is abundant, the views are glorious, and the trails will push your limits.
112 mi. / 180 km3 days
The Gallatin Trail, Montana24 Aug 8 Guest Routes USAThe Gallatin Trail is a classic Montana backcountry singletrack weekend route that takes riders from the town of Bozeman, Montana through the Gallatin Range and into the high alpine. The route connects a collection of epic singletrack trails and forest roads with the option of using forest service cabins or camping at one of a number of picturesque meadows and alpine lakes along the way.
95 mi. / 153 km3 days
Butte Batholith Route, Montana23 Dec 20 Guest Routes USAThe Butte Batholith Route is a 95-mile trail connecting a vast system of singletrack on and around the Continental Divide Trail—passing by the beautiful Highland Mountains and weaving throughout a unique batholith of granite boulders. This easily accessible route takes riders through some of the best singletrack found in Southwestern Montana.
161 mi. / 259 km5 days
The Blackfoot Hackle: Bikepacking/Packrafting Montana9 Jan 29 Casey Greene USAFrom big mountain wilderness, to historic fly fishing waters, if you’re looking for a Montana bikepacking adventure, look no further than the Blackfoot Hackle. This weeklong combination of dirt road bikepacking and class II/III packrafting will reward you with some of the best that the Northern Rockies has to offer. Add a bit of fly fishing into the mix, and, well, you may never want to leave.