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Montana Access Project: Frontcountry Recreational Trail Survey
Getting outdoors is Montana's lifeblood. This state offers public access to the last best places, but those special places close to home and work are especially adored. Those "frontcountry" amenities, particularly trails, are frequently community-driven and managed. Communities across the state are quietly leading the way to make local trail systems, from small to large, a reality.

This survey is designed to take a deeper look at the innovative ways Montana communities offer recreational trail access close to home. The questions explore how Montana community groups initiate, plan, acquire, develop, design, construct, maintain, and fund each aspect of their frontcountry trail systems. The goal is to learn from each other, share challenges and build on the successes.

For purposes of the sample for this survey, we have loosely defined "frontcountry" recreational trails as those located near an organized community with some level of development (might include: trailheads, maintained trail tread, parking, signage, facilities, etc.), and are initiated by a community group.

Please focus your answers on only the trail system you represent, not other adjacent systems such as USFS trails, unless specified.

If you are unsure how to answer a question, or if you have other feedback, please send us an email at If you think someone else besides yourself will be able to answer these questions more thoroughly, please let us know and we will contact them. Thank you! (c) Montana Access Project, LLC
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