This Little-Known Trail Is Quite Possibly The Best Biking and Walking Path In Montana
By Michelle|Published December 05, 2023
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Head to the heart of Montana’s Glacier National Park to experience one of the most beautiful walking and biking trails in Montana. The Apgar Bike Trail is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers who want to discover the park’s beauty. The route weaves through the spectacular Montana landscape, offering a fun combination of adventure, tranquility, and the chance to be immersed in the untamed beauty that only this state can offer. If you choose to explore the trail, I think you’ll appreciate the towering pines, the crystal-clear lake scenery, and the panoramic views of the rugged mountains just as much as we do. Both avid cyclists seeking an exhilarating ride and leisurely walkers in search of a connection to nature will want to add this route to their must-do list.
The Apgar Bike Trail is open throughout the year but always check for seasonal closures before embarking on your trip. You can learn more about potential closures by visiting the National Park Service website. You can learn more about the path and what to expect when you visit by checking out the dedicated page on AllTrails.
If you plan on exploring the area for a few days you might consider camping at the park. Apgar Campground is a massive family campground and it’s perfect for making this a trip to remember.
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