Best Off Road in Montana

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Montana, Madison County

03 :04 hrs
30.2 mi
966.31494 ft

This loop ride begins on Boulder Road and rides through the small town of Pony then passes by Cataract Creek Reservoir and to the Lower Mason Lake. Views of the lake are gorgeous and there is great chance to see moose or other wildlife. Return down to Old Miners Cabin road through Mammoth.


Montana, Flathead County

02 :42 hrs
27.7 mi
252.76599 ft

Ashley Lake OHV Trail System is a large 25 mile trail system that offers one of a kind views and endless trails to explore. There are two different trailheads and tons of side trails that consist of hard packed dirt. Camping is allowed here and visitors can also enjoy boating on the nearby lake. Maximum vehicle length is 50 inches.


Montana, Mineral County

02 :36 hrs
30.9 mi
449.677 ft

The Route of the Olympian is a very long trail that is great for just about any vehicle. This trail is popular for snowmobiling in the winter as well as for ATVs and motorcycles throughout the year. There are lots of intersecting trails that can be explored as well. Hiking and mountain biking may also be enjoyed here. Visitors can enjoy fishing along the way.


Montana, Powell County

02 :09 hrs
17.1 mi
381.23303 ft

Cottonwood Creek Snowmobiling Area is a large area that consists of many different trails. These trails can often be driven as a loop or visitors can explore the numerous side trails. Most of the trails are regularly groomed by the Mining City Trail Riders


Montana, Gallatin County

00 :41 hrs
4.5 mi
194.68506 ft

Beaver Creek Trail is a short and beautiful trail. This trail is just under 5 miles long and is very easy. It consists of hard-packed dirt that runs directly by the creek. There are lots of other side trails along the way and there is also lots of available camping along the way. A 2wd vehicle with high clearance would be fine on this trail.


Montana, Yellowstone County

00 :16 hrs
2.7 mi
45.12805 ft

Shepherd Ah Nei Recreation Area offers a huge amount of multi-use trails. Over 50 miles of trails are offered and can accommodate motorcycles, ATVs, and UTVs up to 50 inches in length. There is a $5 fee per OHV. Whip flags are not required and camping is not allowed within the area.


Montana, Lincoln County

01 :40 hrs
14.5 mi
481.10303 ft

Fitzsimmons Snowmobiling Trail is a marked but not groomed trail that leads to a large network of groomed trails. There is a large designated area for parking at the trailhead. Visitors can enjoy lots of side trails and other areas to explore. Some restricted areas can be found further down the trail so it is recommended that everyone stays on the marked trails.


Montana, Beaverhead County

03 :37 hrs
34.1 mi
400.55298 ft

Trail C #2 is a regularly groomed loop that is also able to connect to many other trails within the area. Some side trails are marked but not groomed. The Beaverhead Sno-Riders groom this trail throughout the winter. There is a great designated parking area for this trail.


Montana, Jefferson County

00 :44 hrs
7.5 mi
196.96509 ft

Lowland Creek Snowmobile Trail leads to a giant network of trails that run throughout the whole area. All trails are regularly groomed by the Mining City Trail Riders. Visitors can expect a variety of terrain including open fields as well as some areas with thick trees.


Montana, Dawson County

00 :15 hrs
2.8 mi
67.11902 ft

Glendive Short Pine OHV Area is a large and diverse network of trails that can accommodate any type of vehicle. Some primitive campsites are offered. Most of the trails consist of hard packed, dry dirt as well as some juniper trees and scrub brush. A Montana OHV permit is required here.

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