As part of National Trails Day, several groups are helping clear trails in the Bitterroot National Forest Saturday, June 7.

According to Tod McKay, the following trails will be the center of attention for maintenance this weekend:

  • 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
  • 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.