Jack Creek preserve is a versatile landscape that provides a variety of recreation opportunities including (and not limited to) hiking, trail running, hunting, horseback riding, fly fishing, camping, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and yoga. We are in the process of developing new trail maps, cross country skiing maps, and other resources. Please contact us with any questions you have at email@example.com.
Winter Skiing & Guided Ski Tours
Jack Creek Preserve is excited to offer several miles of groomed cross country ski trails for the first time in winter 2017. Skiing and snowshoeing is a wonderful way to explore the Preserve. Wildlife is still abundant and the scenery never fails to amaze.
Guided ski tours are offered at your convenience. These fun, family friendly tours are free and open to the public. Tours will be guided by Jack Creek Preserve staff and volunteers and will allow guests to enjoy our property and learn more about the Preserve.
To arrange a guided tour, contact Emily Jochem at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-995-7880. We look forward to sharing the Preserve with you this winter!
There is no cost to ski at Jack Creek Preserve, but we gladly accept donations to help groom our trails and upgrade our facilities.
Jack Creek Road is a private road and you will need a Road Pass and a Gate Code to access the Preserve. But it is easy! Simply send an email to email@example.com or call 406-995-7880 and we'll get you set up. Please allow 24 hours to receive your road pass if possible.
Dogs are welcome, and must be under voice control. Please clean up after your dogs on the trail.