Trail stewardship work can be tough, but you’ll leave feeling proud.

Hiking down a stretch of trail that you helped build for everyone to enjoy feels fantastic. Volunteer on one of our trail stewardship projects this summer and you’ll also build some great memories.
These multi-day volunteer opportunities are a great way to get to know incredible wild places, meet new people, and give back to the trails we all enjoy.

Montana Wilderness Association has been leading volunteer trails stewardship since 2012, focusing mainly on stewardship work along the Continental Divide Trail. Our 2017 project season still has a high focus on the Continental Divide Trail, since this is a key corridor trail that links together many important unprotected wildlands. This focus will continue in years to come.

Click on a link below for all project details and to sign up today!

2017 Trails Stewardship Projects

June 26-30 West Fork Fishtrap Creek
July 08-09 Granite Butte
July 23-29 Mystic Lake
July 23-29 Limestone Pass
Aug 06-12 Upper Seymour Lake I
Aug 14-20 Carpp Lake
Aug 20-26 Upper Seymour Lake II
Sept 05-09 MacDonald Pass
Sept 12-16 Centennials

For more information, email me at
See you on the trail, Matt Bowser, MWA stewardship director

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Montana Wilderness Association
80 S. Warren
Helena, MT 59601

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