If You Can Walk, You Can Snowshoe.
Rebecca and Mari are joined by the expert on Silver Crest Trails, Gerry Jennings. She is a true Great Falls Champion and loves to share her stories, and love, of Great Falls to everyone she meets. Listen along to hear about the winter recreation at Silver Crest Trails, and how to easily enjoy the adventures for yourself.
Show Notes and Pull Quotes
The Silver Crest Trails cross country ski clinic scheduled for January 9 has been cancelled due to the pandemic.
Winter Trails Day is canceled. The replacement will be a series of ideas and instruction on Facebook pages and websites that will highlight winter activities. Make sure to look at US Forest Service, Silver Crest Trails Association (SCTA), Get Fit Great Falls, and Great Falls Montana Tourism.
Silver Crest Trails Association encourages people to come up and use the trails for cross country skiing and the separate trails for snowshoeing. We ask you to not bring dogs.
Snow shoes are on loan from the US Forest Service and can be picked up at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, Wednesday through Sunday of each week. Groups can reserve snow shoes ahead of time by calling 406-727-8733, and individuals can go to the interpretive center and borrow snowshoes on a first come, first serve basis.
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