Discovery Walks

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.

When:

May and June 2017

Where:

Trails throughout the Main Street to the Mountains trail system in Bozeman

Time:

Varies

Cost:

Free!

Details:

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

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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Contact

Laura

Development & Events Coordinator
LAURA@GVLT.ORG