Mt. Blackmore Details
This trail climbs around 3700' from the Blackmore trailhead in Hyalite canyon (alternately accessed from the reservoir) to the summit Mt. Blackmore, and is generally ridden as an out-and-back. It sees a wide variety of trail types along the way, including alpine singletrack, loose rock, lengthy rock gardens, off-camber roots and smooth forest sections. Expect significant sections of hike-a-bike on the way up. Trail junctions near the start are well-signed. Once the saddle between Elephant Mtn and Blackmore is reached, stay right up the ridge to gain Blackmore proper. Riding straight here will drop the rider into South Cottonwood, which is an adventurous ride and can be ridden as a long shuttle.
The descent is rowdy, rocky and fun, but keep in mind that this is a popular recreation spot close to Bozeman. Expect to share the trail with hikers and horses, be courteous, and yield the trail. Best ridden on a weekday.
Local Trail AssociationSouthwest Montana Mountain Bike Association
More Stats for Mt. Blackmore mountain bike trail
Altitude change3,328 ft
Altitude min1.3 miles
Altitude start1.3 miles
Altitude end1.9 miles
Distance climb4.9 miles
Distance down4,769 ft
Distance flat1,504 ft
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