Close to 5,500 feet high, the cliff-collared wedge of Mount Helena forms one of the dominating elements of the Montana capital city's backdrop. Mount Helena City Park--one of the biggest city parks in the country--provides miles of hiking trails on the peak: lovely routes through wildflower-gardened grasslands and fragrant pinewoods. The quickest way to the top is via the 1906 trail, which also swings by the cave called the Devil's Kitchen. As the name suggests, meanwhile, the Prospector Shafts Trail shows off the region's mining legacy.
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