Wilderness Walks

Dewey Lake is pictured in August 2018.

Montana Wilderness Association has announced its 2019 lineup of Wilderness Walks.

This year participants will be able to choose from 123 Walks spanning the state from the Cabinet Mountains to the Big Snowies to Makoshika State Park. Walks range from alpine backpacking adventures to trail runs to creekside strolls.

As part of the 2019 Wilderness Walks season, MWA is also hosting “Spring Into Summer” community events across the state to kick the program off. Spring Into Summer events will provide a chance for the community to gather and celebrate the arrival of spring, meet other wilderness and hiking enthusiasts, and purchase a copy of the annual Discover Wild Montana hiking book. Attendees will also be able to purchase raffle tickets to enter to win an ultralight packraft from Alpacka Raft.

All Wilderness Walks are free of charge and open to the public, although MWA members will be given priority sign-up privileges beginning April 15. To learn more about the program, see all the available Walks, and sign up, visit the Wilderness Walks website at wildmontana.org/walks.

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