Celebrate National Winter Trails Day At Lone Pine State Park -Saturday, January 20, 2018 from 2-3:30pm
(Kalispell, MT) – Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) will celebrate National Winter Trails Day with a hike at Lone Pine State Park on Saturday, January 20 from 2-3:30pm.
In honor of National Winter Trails Day, the park will offer free snowshoe rentals (weather dependent) along with a guided hike! This time of year, the park looks unique with its snow-covered trees and wildlife tracked forest floor. Whether you’re experienced at snowshoeing or looking to try it for the first time, don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to enjoy the winter wonderland of the park.
The 1.5-hour hike starts at 2pm and will take place on foot if there is no snow. Participants should be prepared for a moderately difficult trail with multiple elevation changes. Snowshoes are available in both children’s and adult sizes on a first come, first served basis. Snowshoe users will only be charged for rental if they call to reserve pairs in advance of the hike.
For more information or to reserve snowshoes, please call the park visitor center at (406) 755-2706.
What: National Winter Trails Day
When: Saturday, January 20th, from 2pm to 3:30pm
Where: Visitor Center, Lone Pine State Park, 300 Lone Pine Rd, Kalispell, MT
Lone Pine State Park is located 5 miles southwest of Kalispell and offers one of the most vivid views of the valley, 7.5 miles of trails, and a beautiful interpretive center that provides information on living in a wildlife urban interface. Additional amenities include a picnic shelter and a community room, which are both available to rent, as well as a volleyball court, horseshoe pit, and an archery range. Furthermore, Lone Pine offers a fantastic variety of educational and interpretive programs.
Visit Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) and enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, swimming, boating and more and discover some of the greatest natural and cultural treasures on earth.
A division of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Lone Pine State Park
(406) 755-2706, ext. 2