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Person cross-country skiing

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks maintains groomed cross-country skiing trails throughout the state. Cross-country Skiing

State Parks with Cross-Country Skiing

Wildlife Management Areas with Cross-Country Skiing

Mount Haggin is the only Wildlife Management Area with cross-country skiing. View this area.

Top Spots for Skinny Skis

Skiing the state’s best groomed cross-country trails.

Cross-country skiing burns an average of 650 calories per hour—far more than downhill skiing, walking, or cycling. After an afternoon on skinny skis, you can eat a big, gooey caramel roll the next morning guilt free. Heck, have seconds.

Read this Montana Outdoors Article 
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Be Prepared

Important information for getting outside safely and responsibly.