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The Whitefish Trail’s Adopt-A-Trail Program focuses on engaging community members to help maintain our growing trail system.  Eleven segments of the Whitefish Trail have been identified for adoption.  Individuals, businesses, and organizations can adopt a section of the Whitefish Trail as either a financial sponsor or a volunteer trail crew, or both. Please download the Adopt-A-Trail map to see which sections are available for adoption.

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Financial sponsors make a three-year commitment to contribute $2,000 per year. This contribution covers the hard costs of the Adopt-A-Trail program, including volunteer coordination, tools, and supplies.

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Groups are encouraged to choose a section of the trail system that appeals to them and will become their responsibility to help maintain for a year. During that period, your crew, with help and guidance from Whitefish Trail staff, will provide maintenance and monitoring on your trail segment. Trail Crews are recognized on the trail system, our website, and our annual newsletter.

Sponsors and crews are recognized on the trail system, on our website, in the annual report, and receive a Whitefish Trail Adopt-A-Trail plaque.
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Great Northern Homes– Rainbow Lake

Dollar Lake – Stallings Family

Great Northern Cycle & Ski – Skyles to Beaver

Friends of Elkhorn HOA - Skyles to Lion

Richardson Family – South Beaver Loop


River Design Group – North Spencer

Schellinger Construction Co. – South Spencer

Big Sky Recovery – Woods Lake Loop

OPEN FOR ADOPTION – Woods Lake Overlook Loop

The Castor Family - Swift Creek

Whitefish Animal Hospital – Lion Mountain

Kalpakis Family Foundation – Lower Haskill

Kalpakis Family Foundation – Upper Haskill

Kalpakis Family Foundation – Holbrook Overlook

Stallings Family - Holbrook Overlook Trailhead

Whitefish Vitality - Beaver Lake Fishing Access Site

Forestoration and Center for Native Plants - Reservoir Trailhead



Applied Materials– Skyles to Beaver

Big Sky Recovery – Woods Lake Loop

The Firebrand Hotel– Lower Haskill

Grouse Mountain Estates- Woods Lake Overlook Loop

Montana Conservation Corps and Don & Coleen Scharfe – South Spencer

Northwest Montana Backcountry Horsemen– Lupfer

RE/MAX of Whitefish– Rainbow Lake

Spotted Bear Spirits – South Beaver Loop

Grouse Mountain Lodge - Beaver Lake FAS

Logan Health Whitefish Team – Dollar Lake

The Lodge at Whitefish Lake– Lower Haskill

Stack Financial Management – Swift Creek & Smith Lake

Whitefish Bike Retreat – Beaver & Woods Lake Trailheads

Whitefish Mountain Resort– Upper Haskill

Forestoration and Center for Native Plants - Reservoir Trailhead

Become a Sponsor or Trail Crew:

For more information contact WLP at 406.862.3880 or email

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