|Who:||Montana Wilderness Association|
|Where:||Mac Donald Pass|
|When:||Sat, Mar 07, 2015|
Enjoy a wonderful day learning to snowshoe along the beautiful snowdrifts on MacDonald Pass! The wind piles up snow on the edge of the forest and we will walk along gently rolling terrain before eventually heading into the quiet snow covered woods. From there we will follow a portion of the Continental Divide Trail south and observe winter tracks of forest inhabitants. We’ll learn about winter ecology and the importance of this area as a wildlife corridor. Be prepared for windy conditions on the pass. Good winter gear is a must. Bring a lunch and something to drink.
Trail Miles: 3 to 4
Group Size: 12
Meeting Time and Place: 9:30 a.m. at the Lundy Center (west end) in Helena (400 Euclid Ave)
Leader: MaryAlice Chester