The Whitefish Trail
The Whitefish Trail currently consists of 10 trailheads and 36+ miles of natural surface trail comprised of stacked loops, scenic overlooks, single‐track trails, and gated logging roads.
The Whitefish Trail is the gateway for hikers, bikers, runners, skiers, and equestrians to beautiful forests, prime wildlife habitat, sweeping vistas, pristine lakes, and inter-connected recreation areas.
The cornerstone of Whitefish Legacy Partners’ work, the Whitefish Trail is a regional, multi-partner project established in 2010 to develop a 55+ mile recreational trail system encircling the community of Whitefish and Whitefish Lake.
This community driven and donor supported project is a collaboration between Whitefish Legacy Partners, the City of Whitefish, the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, US Forest Service, Montana State Parks and many local private conservation and recreation champions.
WF Trail Operations Committee meets 4th Tuesday of every month from 4-5:30pm at the Whitefish City Hall Council Conference Room, 418 2nd Street, East, Whitefish.
Contact Maria Butts, 406.863.2471, or Heidi Van Everen, 406.862.3880, for more information.