Spring is knocking on our door. As the temps start to rise, hiking in Montana's great outdoors becomes more and more enticing.

So where are the best trails in the Treasure State? Here's some ideas to get you off to a great start.

This park is full of incredible trails with even more amazing views. Take your camera along because you'l want these memories and pictures forever, not that they won't be branded in your mind for a lifetime.

This hike is just outside of Great Falls and can be done in half a day. If you like Montana's prairie land, then you will love the shot at exploring this trail. Of course it includes the Sulphur Springs, which Lewis and Clark actually used to treat Sacajawea when she became sick on their expedition.

Of course you can't talk about hiking in Montana without taking a stroll through one of the most famous parks in the world. All good hikes come with a price though. You have to have a backcountry permit to go into this area. Don't let that detour you though. This hike has everything you would expect from Yellowstone.

These are just a few of the possibilities out there. Don't sit back this year. Get out and discover something new!