About the Bitterroot Trail Preservation Alliance

The Bitterroot Trail Preservation Alliance is an affiliate of Bike Walk Montana. The Bitterroot Trail Alliance executive committee is drawn from residents who promote and use non-motorized facilities, local community officials, and leaders of regional organizations that encourage sustainable community development.

Our goal is to promote and maintain public multi-use non-motorized trails in the Bitterroot Valley.

The Bitterroot Trail Preservation Alliance holds no property or assets, and has no employees. All funds collected are put directly into trail promotion and maintenance. With your help and support the Bitterroot Trail will continue to be a treasure.

We recognize the significance of preserving and restoring the National Historic Transportation Route along the Bitterroot Corridor. The Alliance is currently working with Government agencies, non-profit organizations, private groups and individual landowners to protect and restore this transportation link. This nonmotorized trail connects the Greater Missoula area with unlimited recreation opportunities within a one day’s ride of Downtown Missoula.

The non-motorized trails connect local citizens and visitors to unlimited recreation opportunities:

  • Missoula City Parks
  • Fort Missoula
  • Blue Mountain Recreation Area
  • Bitterroot North FAS
  • Missoula County Riverside Park
  • Travelers Rest State Park
  • Lolo Community Park
  • Lolo Peak Trailhead
  • Carlton Lakes
  • Chief Looking Glass FAS
  • Florence Bridge FAS
  • Hideout Mountain Park
  • Sweeney Creek Trailhead
  • Bass Creek
  • Stevensville Bridge FAS
  • Stevensville Park
  • Fort Owen State Park
  • Big Creek Trailhead
  • Glen Lake
  • Kootenai Creek Trailhead
  • Saint Mary’s Peak Trailhead
  • Victor Community Park
  • Bear Creek
  • Blodgett Canyon
  • And more!

For more information visit www.bitterroottrailpreservationalliance.org.

Bitterroot Trail Partners

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