USDA Forest Service
Battle Ridge Cabin is a rustic dwelling located north of Bozeman, in southwestern Montana. The cabin was built in 1938 and is open year-round. It can be reached by vehicle in the summer, but guests visiting during winter must hike or ski a quarter-mile from the highway to reach the…
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We enjoyed one night here before heading up to Two Medicine. the cabin is cozy and rustic. The flies are maddening tho! bring spray or fly paper. They have swatters! the bathroom is clean but I recommend bringing some TP just in case. There are some cleaning supplies and dishes and cups. it was…
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Battle Ridge Cabin is located in Montana
Late spring, summer, and fall access by regular vehicle (May to November): From Bozeman, MT: Drive north on 19th Ave. to West Oak St. Turn right onto West Oak and drive east to N. Rouse Ave. Turn left onto US Highway 86 and drive for 20 miles. Remain on Highway 86 towards Battle Ridge Pass by staying left at the Brackett Creek Y. The cabin access road is about 0.9 miles more and is on the left (east) side of the highway 1/4 mile before the Battle Ridge Trailhead and Battle Ridge Pass. Open the gate using the cabin combination and drive another 1/2 mile to the cabin. Winter Route, December to April (depending on snow conditions): Winter parking is only available at the Battle Ridge Trailhead. Parking along Highway 86 is prohibited so that highway snow plows can work. Please park at the Battle Ridge Trailhead. Please leave room for trucks with trailers in the parking area. You may ski, snowshoe (or walk), and snowmobile from the Battle Ridge Trailhead on a marked ski and snowmobile trail which begins on the south end of parking area. Look for the trail marker near the entrance to the parking lot. It is about a half mile to the cabin from the trailhead. Follow the orange and blue diamond trail markers.