Trail Conditions

logo-circleThe most up to date trail conditions are listed below. We depend on users to be our eyes and ears on the trail – please send any information on trail conditions to info@whitefishlegacy.org.

*Note:  The trail is vulnerable to damage during wet and muddy conditions. Riding horses and bikes on water logged and soft trails can create ruts that channel water and lead to excessive erosion. All trail users are urged to avoid using the trail when muddy conditions exist.



Sep 16, 2019September Trail Report

September Trail Report By Alan Myers-Davis, WLP Director of Development Wow, that was a lot of rain yesterday! Fall trail season is officially here with the leaves changing color and moisture back on the ground. The Whitefish Trail has been in great shape for all types of recreation, and now that the summer dust has… Read more »





Aug 21, 2019August Trail Report

Summer has definitely arrived! The sunny, hot weather of late has dried out the trail and created some dusty corners. I have been enjoying the early morning hours for my trail adventures in order to avoid the hottest (and smokiest) parts of the day. With cooler weather and some moisture in the forecast for this… Read more »





Jul 18, 2019July Trail Report

This summer will be remembered for a few years to come. Consistent soaking rains have created a lush landscape not seen in recent memory throughout NW Montana. Local gardens are bursting with growth (and with weeds), and local vegetable farmers have saved on irrigation. Summer-like weather is a little late to the party this year with our… Read more »





Jun 25, 2019June Trail Report

We’ll take all the recent moisture if these wildflowers keep blooming! The dashes of purple, red, yellow, and white alongside the Whitefish Trail seem to last longer this season, and we have heard reports (and seen ourselves) that this year’s huckleberry crop could be BIG. The recent rain has also been great for the tread… Read more »





Jun 3, 2019End of May Trail Report

     May might be the BEST month to explore our local open lands on the Whitefish Trail. September is a close second, but nothing can touch May. As we patiently await the high country to melt and Logan Pass to open, our local trail system offers a dry, snow-free option for early season adventures…. Read more »