We are in the heart of capricious November weather, but wherever we go on the Whitefish Trail, the yellow larch road is there to help us find the quiet simplicity of the season. The trails are still in great shape across the system, please help us maintain the trails by staying on the trail - including near puddles and icy patches. At the Whitefish Trail higher elevation trailheads like Big Mountain and Holbrook Overlook, shady areas may be covered with ice and snow.
Rifle hunting season began across the State for deer and elk on October 21 and continues through Sunday, November 26. Remember that most of the lands surrounding the Whitefish Trail are open to hunting, and hunters may use the trail to access hunting areas. If you're out recreating, be sure you (and your dogs) are wearing blaze orange.
To keep your four legged friends safe on the trail during hunting season, we have free Wag Ranger bandanas available on our website or at our office, 525 Railway Street, suite 206, Whitefish.
Hunters should not shoot within 1/4 mile of the trail or houses. To report any concerns, please contact the 1(800) TIP-MONT (847-6668).
Send us your fall trail reports and photos to email@example.com!