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Bitterroot Forest Service Hosts "Moon Walks"

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BITTEROOT VALLEY -

In two weeks, you can explore the Bitterroot National Forest in the moonlight, with guides from the National Forest Service.

The forest service will host its 13th Annual "Moon Walks" throughout the summer and into the fall.

The free, educational walks include guest speakers and presentations along the way.

The presentations begin around 7:00 p.m. on the Saturday closest to the full moon each month, and last 1-2 hours.

"The whole goal is to have something happening in the summertime that's fun, that's free for individuals and families, where they can come out, and learn more, walk around, recreate on the national forest," Tod McKay, Bitterroot F.S. Public Affairs Officer said.

Forest Service officials advise the public to bring a jacket, lawn chair and flashlight to the moon walks.

To see a complete schedule of moon walk events, click here.

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