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It's time to hit the trails and participate in the Montgomery County Trail Challenge! The Challenge will run until late fall, providing plenty of time for people of all ages to experience the seasonal changes in Montgomery County's vast network of trails and parks. This event is open to all.
Thirteen trails that connect greenways, waterways, and heritage corridors throughout Montgomery County are part of the challenge. When you visit the various trails over the next few months, you will find a unique symbol at the trailhead to record on your official trail challenge card. This year Montgomery County will be recognizing three levels of achievement with the challenge:
Plus, you can visit two trails, parks, or county historic sites of your choosing and receive credit towards an achievement level. You don't have to walk or bike the entire trail to get credit for the challenge - just visit, enjoy, and earn your recognitions! The real incentive is the benefit of participating in a total body wellness activity that is also a treat for the senses.
For more information or trail challenge cards, stop by Generations or visit the website:
TRAIL CHALLENGE GIVE AWAYS & INFORMATION Tuesday, July 3 at Generations! Come see Kristi Goodwin of Montgomery County Health Department's Office of Community Information and Education on Tuesday, July 3 from 10am-12pm. Learn more about or register on-site for the the Montco Trail Challenge. Kristi will have plenty of great information and giveaways.
Be healthy. Have fun. Get out and go, Montco!