Hiking in Red Lodge
Spend the full day outside exploring trails that match your ability and goals. Visit the foothills of the Beartooth moutains out of Red Lodge, East Rosebud, West Rosebud or from the Beartooth Pass with a custom hiking day. We can guide you to new heights while teaching you important outdoor skills such as Leave No Trace ethics as well as local geology and history. Our guided hiking trips are based out of Red Lodge, Montana.
Basin Creek Lake Trail, Red Lodge
One of Red Lodge's most popular trails is Basin Creek with 8 miles round trip distance and 2000 ft of vertical gain. It is concidered a moderate trail and takes about 4-5 hours. Located in the West fork of Rock creek Basin Creek trail wanders through the forest with its final destination at Basin Creek Lake.
Lake Sylvan, Spread Creek Trail, East Rosebud
East Rosebud is Montana's most known "hidden" valley with it's spectectualr views of mountains and lakes. This 9 mile roundtrip gains roughly 3000 ft in elevation. The destination Sylvan lake offers a beautiful alpine view on top of 9400 ft on the Beartooth mountains plateau. This trail is considered moderate in difficulty and takes about 5-6 hours.
Beartrack Trail or Sheep Creek Trail, Red Lodge, Montana
Acend the Silver Run Plateau in 3 miles with an elevation gain of 3000 feet in this one day hiking adventure. The first 1500 feet and mile are through open hillsides with great views of the Rock Creek Valley on the Beartooth mountains. On the Plateau, the trail connects with the Silver Run Trail to Silver Run Lakes and Timberline Lake.
Willow Creek, Red Lodge
Willow creek hike is a 3.6 mile in and out tour with 800 ft of elevation gain. It begins at the Palisades Campground just a few miles out of Red Lodge downtown. This pleasent hike leads us through a forested streamside while being steady uphill.
Silver Run Loop Trail, Red Lodge
Our Silver Run Loop Trail begins by following Silver creek and ascending 1700 ft of vertical gain. At the highpoint of 8234 ft we start to descend and follow Ingalls creek trail back to the parking lot. This is a beginner friendly hike on good trails mostly in the shaded forest.