From Here to There
How Montana’s trail system links people to the state’s most spectacular places
People have been walking, riding, and canoeing along Montana trails for centuries. Many existing trails follow these ancient routes, such as the Old North Trail along the Rocky Mountain Front, an important travel and trade corridor for at least 3,000 years. Over the years, trail use technology has expanded to include skis, bicycles, in-line skates, motorcycles, allterrain vehicles, snowmobiles, and other ways of getting from one place to another.