The lack of snow isn’t stopping the Gallatin Valley Land Trust from hosting one of its biggest fundraisers of the year, Make Tracks for Trails, on Sunday, February 22. Community members are encouraged to walk, bike, run or ski the trails to raise money for expansion and improvement of the trail system. There will also be kid’s activities, prizes and lunch offered.

The Gallatin Valley Land Trust builds, enhances, and maintains the 80-mile Main Street to the Mountains trail system. Join them for their annual fundraiser Make Tracks for Trails on Sunday, February 22 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Lindley Center. This will be a fun way to support our community trails system.

Although this event is typically a cross country ski event, the lack of snow means participants will be making different kinds of tracks on the trails this year. Participants will bike, walk, or run loops on the trail system. The whole family is invited to the Lindley Center, a convenient base camp situated in the middle of our great trail system.

Participants can raise pledges (as an individual or as a team) from friends and family to compete for a chance to win awards and prizes or simply join GVLT as a member for $35 to join in on the fun. $35 gets you a $10 Montana Ale Works gift card, a GVLT shirt, a raffle ticket, and a hot soup lunch and beer in the afternoon. Kids are free.

For more information, visit gvlt.org or contact EJ Porth at ej@gvlt.org or 406-587-8404 ext 8.