Enjoy the day off by getting out and exploring Missoula's vast and amazing open space system! On this FREE trip we will explore Milltown State Park. The site of a federal Superfund dam removal and river restoration project, Milltown State Park features nearly 635 acres of terrain and several miles of river frontage. It is a small but diverse landscape, ranging from restored river bottoms and mature cottonwood stands to a pine forested bluff above the confluence and dramatic rock cliffs over the Blackfoot River. This guided tour and hike will explore the history of the site while providing scenic views. - All recreation shuttles start and end at the Music Building on Main Campus. - Participants must wear masks at all times while in enclosed and partially-enclosed spaces and when six feet of distance can't be maintained outdoors. - Participants are encouraged to prepare for adverse weather conditions and potentially muddy or icy trails. - Please reach out if any accommodations are needed. Location: Shuttle starts and ends at the Music Building on Main Campus 4.2.21: 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM 4.17.21: 10AM-1:30 PM
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