Featured ATV TRAILS
Southeast of Great Falls in central Montana sits the Little Belt Mountains in the Lewis and Clark National Forest. Here, the Montana Trail Vehicle Rider Association is working with the Forest Service to develop a trail system in the area. Right now there are about 150 miles of existing trails available for ATVing. Mountains with rocky steps dominate the western portion of the Little Belt Mountains, with rolling ridges characterizing the eastern part of the area.
Southwest of Billings and northwest of Red Lodge in the Custer National Forest, the Benbow Mine Trail system is open to ATV riding. The trail system consists of forest service roads and rough jeep trails. A loop can be formed by linking these roads. There is also a one-way route out Nye Basin that is worth exploring.
Southwest of Billings, there is a popular ATV trail network to the north of Cooke City. The dirt roads and ATV trails work the way up to Daisy Pass and descent off the pass in all directions.
Northeast of Missoula, the Garnet Backcountry Byway provides a 12 mile ATV ride through the Garnet Mountain Range. The trail follows existing roads which are closed in the winter. Along the route, enjoy outstanding views from overlooks and visit a preserved ghost town.
South of Cascade, the Bull Run Guest Ranch has 15,000 acres open to ATV riding. Bull Run Guest Ranch boasts a fantastic trail system, with routes that vary from easy to extreme. Trails are easily accessible from the Main Ranch, cabins, and individual camp sites.
North of Havre in the Havre Field BLM Station, the Fresno OHV Area has steep hills popular with ATVers. The ATV riding at the Fresno OHV Area is located about 20 miles north of Harve.