Summer Walk Series
This summer, local Helena Conservation groups will collaborate to host a series of summer education walks. These groups include Lewis and Clark Conservation District, Montana Historical Society, Prickly Pear Land Trust, Helena Lewis and Clark National Forest, Helena Parks & Recreation, the Montana Discovery Foundation, FWP’s Montana Wild, Last Chance Audubon, Exploration Works and The Lake Helena Watershed Group. Every Tuesday and Thursday starting June 20th through August 17th, one of the partner agencies will be leading a one-hour outdoor educational walk in the Helena area. June and July walks will start at 6:00PM MST, August walks will start at 7:00pm MST. Each walk will focus on a different topic with topics including fire history, bear safety, water quality, geology, local history and more! Locations will vary with each presentation. Attendance is limited to twenty people per walk and signup will be open to the public 14 days before each event. Please ensure that you register each member of your party. To ensure a positive experience for all, some of these walks do have an age limit. Please check the description of each walk for age limits and description of trail difficulty.
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- Walks will be Tuesdays and Thursdays and approximately 1 hour long. June and July walks begin at 6:00pm, August walks at 7:00pm.
- Attendance is limited to 20 people per walk (not 20 groups, 20 people).
- Some walks have age limits. These will be listed in the individual walk descriptions.
- Children MUST be supervised by an adult.
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