Trails

The A-B offers countless hikes. We try to give you a few ideas, grouped by region, on the following pages.

Maps

While most hiking trails are well-signed in the A-B, a map is oftentimes useful and sometimes even necessary. Different map products exist and we recommend you find the products that are right for you.

Special Considerations

The A-B is home to both black and grizzly bears and as such food storage is required. Carrying a bear spray is highly recommended. Please consult this page for more information.

Please Leave No Trace! This includes packing out all your trash and staying on trails. This ensures the A-B can be enjoyed in its pristine way by many generations to come.

Do not camp less than 100 feet away from free flowing water and 200 feet away from lakes. Keep in mind, party size is limited to 15 people and camping in one location may not be longer than 16 days.

Leave nothing but footprints. Take nothing but pictures. Kill nothing but time.

Conditions

For information on trail conditions in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, especially in the east part of the A-B, please have a look over at Sylvan Peak!

Gear & Equipment

Our friends at Sylvan Peak in Red Lodge, MT, Timber Trails in Livingston, MT, Base Camp in Billings, MT, and REI in Bozeman, MT will gladly help you with getting equipped for your backcountry adventure.


Information provided here may be inaccurate and the ABWF is not liable for any damages resulting from hiking trails in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness.