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Description:
This category is for marking the trailheads and access points to hiking and walking trails (could also be multi-use trails, as long as hiking and walking are allowed).
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For this category:

Trail Heads and access points will be defined as the place where a trail begins.

Trailheads and access points must be publicly accessible.

Trail will be defined as a marked or beaten path, created by humans, as through woods or wilderness or naturalized area.

If 2 or more trails intersect at the same trailhead/access point post one waymark naming each of the trails that meet at this point. Please do not post several waymarks at the same location.

Instructions for Posting a Hiking and walking trailheads Waymark:
1. Coordinates:

Accurate coordinates of the publicly accessible trailhead or access point.

2. Photos:

Signage
If there's a sign please upload a clear photo of the trailname on the trailhead sign. Example photo.

No signage
If there is no sign, please post a photo of the entrance location and a 2nd photo clearly showing the trail. (This will help make approval an easier process.) Example photo.

3. Naming your waymark:

If the access point enters a tract of land with a known name (e.g. Little Tract, Hyde Park, Bruce Trail) please make the name of the trail or tract of land part of the name of your waymark. Examples: Bruce Trail access point, Hockley Valley Provincial Park; Applachian Trail access point, White Mountain National Forest; Oak Road trailhead, Preservation Forest.

4. Parking:

Include information about parking.
Is the parking area at the trailhead/access point or somewhere nearby?
If parking is not at the trailhead please use the parking field to add coordinates to the closest parking.
If there is no parking available nearby please note it in your write-up.

5. Optional information:

Web information:
If there's any web information about the trail/trailhead please include a link to the website, using the optional field provided.

Type of trail substrate:
natural - dirt, root; crushed stone, paved, gravel, sand, mixed etc. Example photo.

Restrictions or allowances:
The trail must allow hiking, but does it also allow or restrict activities such as: biking, ATVs, snowmobiles, x-skiing, horses, dogs, hunting.
If there's signage, a photo of the sign would be a nice addition.

If 2 or more trails intersect at the same trailhead/access point post one waymark naming each of the trails that meet at this point. Please do not post several waymarks at the same location.

Instructions for Visiting a Waymark in this Category:
To claim a log for this waymark, some proof of a visit is required. This proof could be a simple photo of their GPS at the trailhead, a photo of the person at the trailhead, or a photo of a signature item that a person uses for photographs, at the trailhead.

In order to help other waymarkers who are looking for a nice hike/walk outdoors, you are encouraged to provide good feedback about the quality of the hike/trail.
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  • Trail allowances or restrictions
  • Trail type
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Image for Rodney Ridge Trail - Old Shooting Range Trailhead - Helena, MTview gallery

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Hiking and walking trailheadsRodney Ridge Trail - Old Shooting Range Trailhead - Helena, MT

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Rodney Ridge provides numerous trails; some maintained by local hiking groups, and others by the USFS. The Old Shooting Range Trailhead provides a great start to many of these trails.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member CerealBoxMonsters

location: Montana

date approved: 11/21/2009

last visited: 5/1/2012

Image for Mt. Helena Park Trailhead - Helena, MTview gallery

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Hiking and walking trailheadsMt. Helena Park Trailhead - Helena, MT

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A 620-acre park managed by the City of Helena. There are numerous trailheads which lead to the park's six established trails, listed below. The summit of Mt. Helena (5468ft/1667m) can be reached by any one of these trails.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member CerealBoxMonsters

location: Montana

date approved: 10/18/2009

last visited: 9/10/2011

Image for South Hills Trails System - DeFord Trail - Helena, MTview gallery

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Hiking and walking trailheadsSouth Hills Trails System - DeFord Trail - Helena, MT

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Known locally as the "woodchip trail," this wide and forgiving pathway along Davis/Dry Gulch Rd provides access to the South Hills Trail System, as well as the Rodney Ridge Trails.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member CerealBoxMonsters

location: Montana

date approved: 11/21/2009

last visited: 5/17/2012

Image for South Hills Trails System - Beattie St. - Helena, MTview gallery

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Hiking and walking trailheadsSouth Hills Trails System - Beattie St. - Helena, MT

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This trailhead provides the most accessible route to the South Hills Trail system in town.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member CerealBoxMonsters

location: Montana

date approved: 11/18/2009

last visited: never

Image for Montana's Copperway: Ulrich-Schotte Nature Trail - Butte, MTview gallery

SS66.9 km

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Hiking and walking trailheadsMontana's Copperway: Ulrich-Schotte Nature Trail - Butte, MT

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This trailhead lies at the center of Butte's Trail System. There is a nearby Visitor Center to provide information as well as restrooms.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member CerealBoxMonsters

location: Montana

date approved: 12/5/2009

last visited: 5/14/2021

Image for Maud S. Canyon - Butte, MTview gallery

SESE87.9 km

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Hiking and walking trailheadsMaud S. Canyon - Butte, MT

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Locally known as the "East Ridge Trail," this trail provides a fairly steep 1.7 mile hike up to 7800 feet, where the vista includes all of Butte and the entire Silver Bow Valley.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member CerealBoxMonsters

location: Montana

date approved: 4/21/2010

last visited: never

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