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Grizzly Loop

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Pick up singletrack across from buck t4 heading south along gallatin river. follow 2 miles to dirt road leading to Porcupine trailhead. From there, continue on 2-track 1 mile, then left onto single track climb. Stay left at first fork where "loop" begins. Stay on main single track which climbs for about 2 miles. descend into aspens and creek crossing staying on single track heading south. At trail intersection turn right a begin fast downhill followed by two small creek crossings staying right up short climb. Steep climb up spine of ridge, then technical sidehill will rejoin main trail ending the "loop" and continue back the way you came. Lolli-pop loop has endless other singletrack loop opportunities. Type "grizzly loop big sky" into google to link to a downloadable map.
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Trail Directions
45 miles south of bozeman on hwy 191. Park across from buck's t4 best western hotel on 191.
Trail Length
10 miles
Trail Level
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
Big Sky
Zip/Postal Code
United States
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Review Date
April 14, 2005

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 2 of 5

Technical Difficulty
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Ridden Trail:
Once a month

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Reviewed by: Gunga Din ,  Cross Country Rider

Great Ride!!! Lots of fun rolly single track and endless other loop options. Deffinately worth a trip to Big Sky. Watch out for horses.

bigskyguy (04/18/2008)
trail definetly favors 29ers as alot of the trails see heavy rutting due to Jakes Horses running tours there about a hundred times a day. some of the ruts are so deep my pedals hit the sides. Prepare for looks of bewilderment from all the dudes too lazy to walk or ride, and the stink eye from the horse guides. I had one guide tell me my dog needed to be on a leash (yes while riding). The horse guides act as if they actually maintain the trail. However if your in Big Sky it's a good workout. Just remember the lazy ones get the right of way.
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