Great news from our friends at the Gallatin Valley Land Trust! Here are the details:

Sourdough Canyon Trailhead reopened in late October with brand-new improvements featuring expanded parking, a turn-around for emergency and large vehicles, boulder stepping-stones for safe and sustainable access to Sourdough Creek, a new vegetative buffer to protect the creek from the road, and new signage.

The Gallatin Valley Land Trust (GVLT) is proud to have completed these vital improvements to improve public safety, enhance recreational uses, and protect wildlife habitat.

Since the property was generously donated to the Gallatin Valley Land Trust by Michael Delaney and Ileana Indreland in 2007, GVLT has been working with a diverse group of stakeholders and partners to design improvements to the trailhead.

It is one of Bozeman's most popular year-round trails, and the drainage also provides over 40% of Bozeman's drinking water and forms the southern viewshed for the Gallatin Valley.