.5 mile +Difficulty:
Parking available at Softball Complex off Highland Blvd or Haggerty LaneSeasons:
TRAIL CAN BE ICY IN THE WINTER. TRAIL IS A GRAVEL PATH SO MAY ALSO BE MUDDY IN FALL AND SPRING.Amenities:
Features a bridge and a critical, safe connection to the existing 4.5 miles of trails within Highland Glen Nature Preserve for the 2,000 + individuals who use the Gallatin Mental Health Center annually, as well as nearby neighborhoods and businesses off Haggerty Lane.Dogs Allowed Off-leash:
Short but mighty, this new trail addition features a slope and a few switchbacks on your way from Haggarty Lane to Highland Glen Nature Preserve. It's perfect for a short mountain bike ride during lunch break or a quick walk to stretch your legs during the work day. The trail connects with the north eastern corner of Highland Glen Nature Preserve, so hikers, bikers, runners, walkers, and everyone in between can enjoy a longer jaunt if they so desire. Access the trailhead from the sidewalk on Haggerty Lane and enjoy a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of downtown Bozeman. The “Wellness Trail” reflects Bozeman Health’s and Gallatin Mental Health Center’s dedication to equity and providing access to the outdoors for the citizens of Gallatin County. The Wellness Trail provides safe bicycle and pedestrian access between the two healthcare facilities and a respite for staff, patients, and neighbors.
Dogs are required to remain on leash as this section connects to Highland Glen Nature Preserve, where there is extensive wildlife and cattle on the property.