Montana’s Best Spring Hikes
Five great adventures for exploring Montana's lower elevations
Exploring Montana, Featured
There’s still snow covering Montana’s high country, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of places to get out on the trail.
May and June offer some of the best hiking in Montana. Here’s our guide to Montana’s best spring hikes.
Combat Nature-Deficit Disorder with These Family-friendly Outdoor Adventure Ideas
From arts and crafts to the hitting the trail, help your kids discover the joy of the wild while keeping close to home
You make sure your kids get enough vegetables, water, sleep, and playtime — but do you know if they’re getting enough nature?
Lend a Hand on our Volunteer Trail Crew this Summer
Our Stewardship team has been preparing for another successful trail season. Volunteer registration begins on March 1.
On the Trail
Signups begin March 1 – make sure you register early to ensure no one beats you to the punch!
Wilderness Stories: Defending Native Land from Exploitation
Conservationist and educator Germaine White on defending Native land from degradation and the importance of youth leadership
WildCast Audio Stories
In the second installment of WildCast, Shining Mountains Chapter’s storytelling series, conservationist and educator Germaine White shares a story from western Montana’s Camas Prairie about defending tribal land against serious spills from a petroleum pipeline that crossed the Flathead Indian Reservation.
2020 Picture Wild Montana Countdown: First Place
"Quiet Contemplation at Holland Lake" by Kevin League of Helena
After pouring over 600 quality photos, we’ve selected the winners of our annual Picture Wild Montana Photo Contest. Here's first place.
2020 Picture Wild Montana Countdown: Second Place
“Winter Play Under Lolo Pass” by Seth Orme of Missoula
After pouring over 600 quality photos, we’ve selected the winners of our annual Picture Wild Montana Photo Contest. Here's second place.