Join us this summer on a series of interpretive hikes led by local experts throughout the A-B. Hear from geologists, ethnobotanists, miners, and fire ecologists, and explore a topic while hiking a relevant trail. Hikes are FREE, but you do need to sign up below to reserve a spot.
2022 Educational Hikes
*Signup links below table
|Hike Topic||Date||Location||Presenter||Hike Length||Status|
|Birding Suce Creek Trail||7/10||Suce Creek, Paradise Valley||John Parker||6 Miles||Open|
|Eagle Mount Billings Field Day||7/28||Wild Bill Picnic Area, Red Lodge||ABWF/Eagle Mount Staff||1 Mile||Full|
|Ethnobotany, Cheyenne Beliefs, Connection With The Landscape||7/30||Cyclone Creek, Red Lodge||Linwood Tall Bull||1-3 Miles||Open|
|Mount Shepard Fire – Reflections On Wildfire In The A-B Wilderness||8/4||East Rosebud, Roscoe||Dan Warthin||2-5 Miles||Open|
|Beartooth Mountains: 4 Billion Years of Geologic History||8/27||Beartooth Pass||Melissa Gundersen, Jennifer Baranovic||3-5 Miles||Open|
|Whitebark Pine: A Treeline Keystone Species||8/28||Line Creek Plateau, Red Lodge||Jeff DiBenedetto||3 Miles||Open|
Hike Descriptions and Sign-ups:
How you can Volunteer: We know that many of you have expertise in diverse fields: geology, botany, history etc. If you would like to help the ABWF lead a hike or webinar, we’d love to involve you! Contact us: [email protected].
We’ll continue to roll out new hikes and opportunities throughout the spring and summer.