Explore some of the most pressing issues facing the A-B Wilderness

We invite you to join us this summer on a series of interpretive hikes, often led by local experts and atlas contributors, throughout the A-B. Hear from local geologists, botanists, mining experts, and wilderness activists, as we explore a topic while hiking a relevant trail. Hikes are FREE, but you do need to sign up below after reading the description of the hike you would like to attend.

Campground Programs in the A-B Wilderness

We will also be hosting evening programs in some of the Campgrounds around the A-B. Look for us in places such as Pine Creek (Livingston), Eagle Creek (Gardiner), Soda Butte (Cooke City), Beartooth or Island Lakes (WY), Greenough & Cascade (Red Lodge), Emerald Lake (W. Rosebud), & Woodbine (Nye) Stay tuned! We’ll bring a variety of topics to our programs and answer your questions about the area. Sign-ups are not necessary for these programs, but we will practice appropriate social distancing.

How you can Volunteer: We know that many of you have expertise in diverse fields: geology, botany, archeology, etc. If you would like to help the ABWF lead a hike or present a campground talk, we’d love to involve you! Contact us: [email protected] or call 406-445-3037.

We’ll continue to roll out new hikes and opportunities throughout the spring and summer.