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BRLT Skalkaho Bend Park

The Skalkaho Bend Park has beautiful open lands along the Bitterroot River for children and families of the Bitterroot Valley to learn, play and explore ensuring access to open space along the Bitterroot River for all. Ride the “Thunder in the Root” 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 27.

Ride your motorcycle on the Bitter Root Land Trust’s second annual motorcycle scavenger hunt “Thunder in the Root” 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 27.

The donations will help create the new Skalkaho Bend Park  and ensure access to open space along the Bitterroot River for all.

The Skalkaho Bend Park, conserved in partnership by Bitter Root Land Trust, the City of Hamilton, and Ravalli County residents, has beautiful open lands along the Bitterroot River for children and families of the Bitterroot Valley to learn, play and explore.

The ride through the Bitterroot starts with “Event Check In” from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Kiwanis Park, 375 S. Ninth St., in Hamilton. Registration is a $25 donation per person and participants will receive maps and the list of scavenger items to find. The first 50 riders also receive a commemorative T-shirt.

This scenic route includes a drive south as far as Jackson Hot Springs; north as far as Grizzly Harley Davidson and west as far as Lochsa Lodge. Stops along the way include: Cowboy Troy’s, Life Line Farm, Wildflower Confections, Bitterroot Bison Jerky and the luge trail behind Lolo Hot Springs.

Enter to win the grand prize of a stay for two at Jackson Hot Springs by taking fun pictures, playing games and completing challenges along the route at different businesses.

Ride your motorcycle during the day and party all night at Bitterroot Brew Fest the Bitterroot Chamber of Commerce’s event in Hamilton.

Thank you for your support of conserved open lands in the Bitterroot Valley.

Drive safely!

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