As part of National Trails Day, several groups are helping clear trails in the Bitterroot National Forest Saturday, June 7.
Sula Ranger District - Springs Creek, Fire Creek, Warm Spring Ridge, Porcupine Creek, Colter Creek, Shields Creek, Andrews Creek - Bitterroot Backcountry Cyclists
West Fork District - Overwhich Trail 185 - Ravalli County Off Road Users Association
Sula Ranger District - East Fork Trail 433 to Star Falls - Selway-Pintler Wilderness Back Country Horsemen
Stevensville Ranger District - Larry Creek Trails 129 - Bitter Root Back Country Horsemen and Montana Conservation Corps
West Fork Ranger District - Selway River Trail - Montana Conservation Corps
Darby Ranger District - Lake Como Trail - Corvallis High School 'Classroom without Walls'
Stevensville Ranger District - Bear Creek Trail - Bitterroot National Forest trail crew
According to Tod McKay, the following trails will be the center of attention for maintenance this weekend:
McKay said this is the seventh year that groups have helped on National Forests Day projects. The forest has over 1,500 miles of trails for all types of use.