Trail Miles: 3.6
Group Size: 25
Meeting Time and Place: Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center parking lot at 8:00 a.m.
Leaders: Darian Kath and Ray Tetreault
Join us for a moderately difficult hike through open plains and coulees to Sulphur Spring, otherwise known as Sacagawea Spring, the site where water was collected to help heal the ailing young woman during the Lewis and Clark expedition through Great Falls. This hike will take you through a beautiful landscape, but has high sun exposure, switchbacks, arid environment plant life, and the possibility of snakes, so please wear sturdy, close-toed shoes or boots. Also recommended are: 2 bottles of water, a snack, sunscreen, a hat, hiking stick or trekking poles, and insect repellant.
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