|Montana Trail Crew taking in the view on the Reservation Divide during a 2015 trail work run.|
As part of our ongoing effort to improve the Montana trails we love so much, we're hosting a trail work run on Wednesday afternoon July 17th from 4-8. We'll carpool from Missoula over to the Albert Point Trail on the Lolo National Forest and run some miles with light hand tools while clearing downed limbs and vegetation along the way. This is a great way to help improve a trail that's needing maintenance without sacrificing your big weekend adventures!
With that being said, this effort might be an adventure itself! Potential volunteers should expect a strenuous effort. Although this trail has shade, we expect to encounter some areas of intense afternoon sun as we cover between 4 and 7 miles, (depending on the extent of clearing) with a couple thousand vertical feet gained! So come ready to sweat!
When: July 17th 4-8 PM
Where: Carpooling to the Albert Point Trailhead from Missoula location TBD
Sign up: email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Refreshment: Post-work food and beverages
We hope you can make it!