For anyone who loves the outdoors lifestyle, Hyalite Canyon, adjacent to Bozeman, Montana, is a godsend. During the spring and summer, locals and tourists alike enjoy an abundance of Hyalite activities, including hiking, biking, camping, boating, and fly fishing, within minutes of downtown Bozeman. Here are just a few of the many highlights of a visit to Hyalite Canyon.
Late spring is a time to get outside after a long winter; so, bring the family, and camp along Hyalite Creek, or in one of the Hyalite Reservoir camgrounds.
Hyalite Reservoir | Hood Creek Campground
In the spring, when the local rivers are inundated with snow melt, a crystal clear Hyalite Creek, which runs through the canyon and several campgrounds, is a welcoming sight to any fly fisherman.
Take your boat or kayak out for a spin on one of the calmest bodies of water you’ll ever experience.
Kayaking on Hyalite Reservoir
Go for a hike and experience alpine lakes, waterfalls, and vistas. There are lots of trails and skill levels…from easy to difficult.
Grotto Falls | easy hike
Emerald Lake | moderate hike
Mount Blackmore | difficult hike
Locate any of these Hyalite Canyon destinations on Montana Treasures’ Free Highlights of Hyalite PhotoMap.
Now, get out there and enjoy Montana! :)