New to town? New to trails? Simply want to explore with some new friends? Discovery Walks are for you! These one-hour, guided walks will help you discover the 80+ miles of trail on the Main Street to the Mountains trail system. These walks are a great introduction to the world of activities and hobbies right outside your back door.
Discovery Walks are free and do not require an RSVP. Please show up about 10 minutes prior to the walk starting. There will always be a volunteer sweeper on the walk so you’ll never get left behind. Please note, there are no dogs allowed on Discovery Walks for safety reasons.
June Discovery Walks
Thursday June 29: Nature Journaling with Toyia Hatten 5:30pm @ Sourdough Trail (meet at Tuckerman Park off of Goldenstein Lane)
Grow your relationship with the natural world through a nature journal. Between drawing and taking notes, you’ll notice the detail in the plants, animals, mountains, and landscapes that surround you. Great for families!
Friday June 30: Adaptation Nation Kids Walk with the Montana Outdoor Science School 9:30am @ Gallatin County Regional Park (meet at trail entrance in Oak St. parking lot)
How did a frog develop gills? Why do chokecherries have their name? Let’s explore how animals and plants are always changing to help them survive!
Meeting locations are marked with a red point below. Some trails have multiple meeting locations so please see the description of each.
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