Things are starting to melt out in the backcountry. The first 1.7 miles (2.7km) of Glacier View Mtn Trail #381 are open (after removing a minor blow-down and some light brushing out). Here’s a view of Mud Lake from up there…
North Fork Trails arranged for a special early-season First Aid/CPR/AED class to provide certification to people who needed it prior to attending the upcoming May 13 chainsaw course. Several others signed up, too.
As usual, the event was customized for the North Fork’s unique, off-grid conditions that make local residents the first responders to almost all emergencies. And, as usual, it was a great success. Kudos to instructor Bob Lee who always does a great job covering a lot of material in a straightforward, accessible fashion
The Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail (PNT) runs through the North Fork from the Polebridge area westbound along trails 3 and 26 to Mt. Locke where it drops off the Whitefish Divide into the Kootenai National Forest . . .
The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public input regarding a management plan for a 1,200-mile hiking trail that stretches from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean.
The Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail starts in Glacier National Park, passes through Northern Idaho and then ends in Olympic National Park in Washington.
While the trail has existed since the 1970s, Congress only approved legislation for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail in 2009, adding it to the National Trails System. Other designated trails include the Pacific Crest Trail and the Appalachian Trail.