Featured DIRT BIKE TRAILS
In the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, the Whitetail / Pipestone area is very popular with local off-road motorcycle riders. It is in the triangular area bounded by Boulder, Whitehall and Butte.
In the Eagle Mountains of the Flathead National Forest, the Wild Bill ORV Trail is a 5.4 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. There is a gravel parking lot at Upper Dayton and Blacktail trailheads.
East of Darby and northeast of Sula in the Bitterroot National Forest, the Chain Of Lakes Trail is a 6.5 mile route from FS726 to FS313. The route passes through high alpine meadows, subalpine larch stands and rugged rocky terrain.
In the Lewis - Clark National Forest, the Two Med-Heart Butte ATV Trail is a 15 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. To access the trail, use the Summit Campground Trailhead off of SR2.
In the Wise River Ranger District, the Pioneer Loop Trail is a 35 mile loop through the Pioneer mountains open to dirt bike riding. The best trailhead to use is the Lacy Creek Trailhead.
In the Wise River Ranger District, the David Creek Trail is a 7.5 mile route open to dirt bike riding. It runs along David Creek near Mono Creek Campground.
South of Cascade, the Bull Run Guest Ranch has 15,000 acres open to offroad motorcycle 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.
South of Bozeman in the Gallatin National Forest, the Gallatin Crest Trail is a challenging 26.5 mile route. Also known as Devils Backbone, the elevation varies along the route from 6,800 feet up to 10,100 feet. Keep an eye out for moose, bear and mountain goats.
South of Darby and southwest of Sula in the Bitterroot National Forest, the Overwhich Falls Trails provide scenic off-road motorcycle trails riding. This is an easy trail with only a few steep rocky sections.
Northeast of Missoula, the Garnet Backcountry Byway provides a 12 mile off-road motorcycle 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.
Southeast of Great Falls in central Montana, the Little Belt Mountains have 150+ miles of trails open to dirt biking. The Montana Trail Vehicle Rider Association is working with the Forest Service to develop a trail system in the area. The western side of the Little Belt Mountains is known for it's rocky steps, while the eastern side has rolling ridges.
In the Wise River Ranger District, the Meadow Creek Trail is a 7 mile route open to dirt bike riding. It connects to the Pioneer Loop Trail.