Project Description: Volunteers will be working on trail maintenance tasks in the iconic Bob Marshall Wilderness. This work project will take place in the Spotted Bear Ranger District and focus on trail work around the beautiful Spotted Bear River. The Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation will provide tools, safety gear, and training as well as fantastic meals while in the field. Join us for the trip of a lifetime!
Hosting Organization: Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation
Day Hiking or Backpacking: Backpacking 11 Miles to Basecamp (Day Hiking Up to 4 Miles Per Day)
Work Level: Very Strenuous
Minimum Age: 16
Area and Attractions: Considered by many to be the
Accommodations: Primitive Tent Sites
Accommodations Description: Volunteers will be camping in a primitive backcountry setting. BMWF will bring group gear such as a cooking stove, pots and pans, a water filter, and more. We will be practicing Leave No Trace camping principles in the backcountry. The BMWF crew-leader will be training you in these principles and what needs to be followed during the week. We will try and leave as little an impact as we can to keep the campsite and this area beautiful. Showers will be available at the end of trip. Volunteers should bring their own tent, sleeping bag, pad, cup/bowl, eating utensils, and personal items.
Climate Information: Daytime temperatures may range from 70-95 degrees. Overnight lows could range from low 20
Travel Information: Airport pickup will be provided from Glacier International Airport.
Maximum # of Volunteers: 9