Gallatin Valley Land Trust
The Gallatin Valley Land Trust
The Gallatin Valley Land Trust connects people to the landscapes that surround us through the conservation of public & open spaces and the creation of trail systems throughout Bozeman. Through their work, they provide spaces for children to get outside, protect habitat for the Bozeman area most iconic wildlife species, keep local farms in production, and offer world-class outdoor recreation in Bozeman. In short, they preserve the very things that make the Gallatin Valley such a wonderful place to live!
Witnessing a herd of elk in the Bridger Mountains. Walking your dog on Peets Hill. Reflecting quietly as you drive through rolling golden pastures of wheat throughout Gallatin County. Conquering the Drinking Horse Trail summit and looking out victoriously over the Gallatin Valley. Fishing on the Gallatin River. Sending your kids off to school on the trails. These are the moments they are working hard to protect. This is the Montana experience.
Hit the trails! Run to the top of Triple Tree or relax in a shady glade along the Sourdough Trail. Bike with the best road bike tires for safety. Walk your dog. Get outside. Take a deep breath. Use the GVLT trail map to help you explore. Every time you see a map kiosk, trail totem, or Main Street to the Mountains sign, remember that GVLT is working hard to protect open space, build trails, and strengthen the connection between the community and the incredible landscape that surrounds us.
We are honored to support such a great organization through our financial contributions and event support.