National Trails Day® – Red Lodge & Livingston

Saturday, June 1st 9:00am to 3:00pm

A day of service for hometown trails and the people who love them. Join ABWF and Beartooth Recreational Trails Association and the Forest Service for a fun day improving the Face of the Mtn Trail #7, Red Lodge’s year-round go-to local trail. A million acres away, we will be joined by USFS specialists from the Yellowstone Ranger District to work on the ever-popular Suce Creek Trails #44 & #45. Bring your bear spray!

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National Trails Day with ABWF & BRTA in Red LodgeWe’ll be working to address drainage issues by replacing culverts damaged during the 2022 flood event. Brushing, retreading and some possible weed removal is also on the menu. June 1, 2024:
9 a.m.-
3 p.m.
Face of the Mountain Trailhead #7, 3.5 miles SE of Red Lodge on Meeteetse Trail Road
National Trails Day with ABWF & the Yellowstone Ranger DistrictBecome one with the shovel while we perfect the drainage of this popular trail. We will install drip drains along the length of Suce Creek Trail in order to keep snowmelt and rainfall from muddying up footing for future visitors. We will also hike N. Deep to clear trees with a crosscut, brush the trail corridor, and pull invasive plants. June 1, 2024:
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Suce Creek Picnic area, 22 miles from Livingston’s Carnegie Library