To see scheduled pleasure rides, visit the Ride Schedule, Calendar,
and even Trail Projects pages.
Please do your part by packing out your trash and
manure at all trailheads
and doing a quick clean-up of the parking area before you leave.
The links below will connect you to the various trail information pages within our
Policy - our safety policy for
BBCH-sponsored trail rides
→ Local Trail Descriptions -
basic info from a rider's point of
This is a document in progress. Our chapter has put together some information
about what's available in our area, including general location and difficulty as determined by other stock
TRAIL INFORMATION ON OTHER
This is an excellent site being created by one of our members,
Earl Philips. It is a work-in-progress, with plans to have detailed information about many
of the trails in our area. The site already contains information and links re: the
Bitterroot Valley, National Forests, Trail Etiquette, and our chapter of the
The Wilderness Institute (part of the University of
Montana) and MyTopo partnered to
create satellite imagery and topographic map
layers to be accessed by anyone for all wilderness areas. Once on the map, zoom into a
wilderness area and click on the topo button to switch to the topo map
CREEK WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA
Located at the end of Hamilton Heights Road, this area is
closed year-round to motorized vehicles and target shooting. Please pack
out trash and clean trailer area.
April 15 - May
14 : Area is partially open;
hours are from noon to sunset daily. No firearms discharge, dogs, or
camping allowed during this period.
May 15 - Oct 14
: Area is entirely open, dogs allowed.
Overnight camping permitted, though prohibited within view of main entrance
and parking area. Open fires prohibited, camp stoves allowed. No firewood
cutting or removal.
Oct 15 - Dec
1 : Same as May 15 - Oct 14,
but no dogs allowed. Hunting permitted (see applicable licensing
Dec 2 - April 14
: Area (including parking area) closed
to all public access (motorized and