By Nathan Bourne

Nonprofit aims to unify mechanized trail groups


December 9, 2021

Nathan Bourne, Pathfinder

Ken Brochu, Bill Swain, Curtis Friede and Jeff Micklitz answering questions from attendees about Scenic Montana Trails.

SEELEY LAKE - A new nonprofit has formed in hopes of unifying trails groups for the purpose of increasing mechanized trails in the area. Curtis Friede, Ken Brochu, Bill Swain and Jeff Micklitz presented the new nonprofit named Scenic Montana Trails at an informational meeting Dec. 2.

Scenic Montana Trails will consist of three user groups snowmobiles, off-highway motorized and mountain bikes. While the area boasts one of the state's largest groomed snowmobile trail system, there is very few trails for the other two groups. Scenic Montana Trails would work to improve the snowmobile trail sys...

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