See below for the Dillon Tribune’s article about the High Trails Phase 3 land acquisition.
BTC’s team participated in the Halloween candy distribution at the University Of Montana Western Keltz Arena, along with more than two dozen other community organizations. Joyce Connors organized a ring toss with elk antlers and created more than 200 ghoulish apples.
BTC board member Ed Mooney and Executive Director Celine Beaucamp-Stout met with M. Nathan Anderson from Union Pacific to receive the $5,000 award in person and show M. Anderson the project location. The grant will go toward the construction of the Noble Avenue Connector Trail.
The Noble Avenue Connector Trail will be built in 3 sections: the northern and southern portions will be dirt trails around running water and re-vegetated pocket parks; the middle portion where easement is not wide enough for a separate trail, will be built as a road-side lane by the City of Dillon. The expected completion date is 2020. The goal is to connect the Laknar Lane Trail on the north side of Highway 41 to the downtown trails and the safe-routes-to-school system.
Visit our page https://www.beaverheadtrails.org/trail-connectivity/ to learn more about this exciting project.
Thank you Union Pacific for your support to our community!
It was a great event on Wednesday August 1st at the park with live music, food and friends! Thank you to everybody that participated!
Thank you to RE Miller for all the recent improvements they have helped with on our Selway Park project. Recently the temporary posts have been replaced with natural wood. See pics below!
Our friends from the Dillon's Public Library have put together a few backpacks to lend to hikers at no charge!
There are 2 adult size backpacks and 2 child size backpacks. Each pack contains maps and guide books of hikes around Dillon, the Pioneer Mountains and SW Montana (Yes our maps are in it!), books and booklets about the geology of SW Montana, wild flowers, wildlife and other wonders to explore! It also contains a few items such as a whistle/matches box, binoculars, and fishing poles!
You can borrow the backpacks for up to 5 days and go explore our beautiful countryside!
The first bike racks of our Dillon Bike Racks project were installed yesterday (June 12, 2018) on Idaho Street, at the corner of Idaho and Glendale Street. The installation consists of an on-street corral of 3 racks, with a capacity for 6 bikes. This is the first installation of a two-year project totaling 12 locations.
Thank you to the City Of Dillon for their in kind contribution with the installation and to Great Harvest for allowing us to have a Bake Days event for the funding of the project.
To learn more about the project, click here.
As you may have seen in the Tribune (see below), the state of Montana is working on it's first pedestrian and bicycle plan!!!
It is an amazing opportunity and they need our input and comments to get it started.
Here are a few ways to help:
- You can attend one of the workshops (one in Butte Tuesday May 29, Butte-Silver Bow Archives/Second Floor Auditorium, 17 West Quartz Street)
- You can take their survey: http://www.mdt.mt.gov/pubinvolve/pedbike/survey.shtml
- You can send them comments/input at MDTBikePed@mt.gov
You can find more information about the project at http://www.mdt.mt.gov/pubinvolve/pedbike/
Let's help build a great plan in our state!
Our trail work day scheduled for May 12th has been cancelled until further notice. We need our experts for work that day, and a few conflicts have come up. Please keep checking back for future date!