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Spanning 3.1 miles, the Piltzville Trail connects the western Montana communities of Bonner, Piltzville and Turah. The trail began life as a Safe Routes to School pathway constructed by the Environmental Protection Agency as part of a local reservoir clean-up project. Today, it is a valued recreational trail for local residents. Although the trail parallels US Highway 10 East for its entire length, its separation from the roadway and the surrounding pine forest along much of the route keeps the experience pleasant.
Parking and trail access can be found Our Saviors Lutheran Church, at the western end of the trail.
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