Clearwater Resource Council seeks to create trail system
SEELEY LAKE – Residents of Seeley Lake rank recreational opportunities as one of the primary benefits of living in the community. Public or private forest managers own more than 90 percent of the Clearwater Valley. Unfortunately, it’s often difficult or impossible to access the diverse recreational activities that are in high demand by both residents and tourists.
The Clearwater Resource Council, a non-profit based out of Seeley Lake, is leading a community-based effort to create a system of trails that provide a diverse, well-maintained, well-connected, multiple-use trail system that supports community interests and generates tourist revenue for the local economy between Missoula and Powell counties.