Welcome to the Beartooth Recreational Trails Association
The Beartooth Recreational Trails Association (BRTA) was organized in 2002 for two primary purposes:
1) to continue the winter operations of the Red Lodge Nordic Center (RLNC).
2) to promote year round non-motorized trail systems along the Beartooth Front.
We work with the Forest Service, the City of Red Lodge, Carbon County, private land owners and other organizations to create and expand future trails. We have attracted many supporters and are an official 501(c)3 non-profit. Your donations are tax deductible.
The RLNC continues to grow with new skiers and new trails. We are involved with Rocky Fork Trails and the Red Lodge city trail system. Support BRTA and keep Nordic skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, biking, and horseback riding priorities in our community!
Click here to sign up for our electronic> newsletter <(Pathways).
Pathways has updates about our events, fundraisers, trail conditions, volunteer opportunities, projects and other related interesting stuff!
Attend a monthly BRTA Board meeting, held on the second Wednesday, 6:30 pm, at the RLACF building across the street from the post office (13th & Oakes Ave).
The Latest News via Facebook
You can now spot our Facebook updates on our website Home Page...plus links and a soon-to-be-updated photo gallery. It's easy to donate to BRTA through Fun Run 11 there, too. Thanks, Asano, for your volunteer work on the website (www.beartoothtrails.org
Montana Conservation Corps is in town! BRTA has hired them to build trail behind the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary along Rock Creek. This is another link in Red Lodge's Rocky Fork Trail system and is a continuation of the trail behind the high school athletic field. Take a hike and see them at work this week. They are camping in the woods and being fed dinners by our awesome volunteers! Thanks, folks.Home | Beartooth Recreational Trails Association
The Beartooth Recreational Trails Association (BRTA) was organized in 2002 for two primary purposes: 1) to continue the winter operations of the Red