We provide the tools, resources and expertise needed to create places to experience nature everyday.

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Troy Area "Mountain to Town" Outdoor Recreation Plan

Development of an outdoor recreation plan which will guide the future use, management and enhancement of motorized and non-motorized recreational facilities in the greater Troy area.

Flower Creek/Snowshoe Recreation Development Plan

Finalize the Flower Creek Snowshoe Trail Recreation Development Plan which envisions a sustainable 31-mile multi-use, four-season trail system to enhance economic vitality, health and wellness, and quality of life in the Libby area.




Montana Access Project believes everyone needs a place to experience nature every day--to put a fly in the water, take a spin on a bike at lunch or just to take in the quiet of nature. But it's a challenge to create and maintain those special frontcountry places--especially when starting at square one and especially in smaller communities. 

MAP makes it easier.   

We put our expertise to work with community-based organizations, businesses and public agencies to create, protect and enhance frontcountry outdoor recreation opportunities at the heart of Montana's way of life.  From thinking to doing, from simple to complex, we know what it takes to get nature based recreation on the ground that is built to last.


Montana Access Project brings together an on-demand team of experts that "gets outdoors" in the mountain west. MAP offers the practical know-how that public and private land managers, communities, businesses and community organizations need to create, protect and enhance successful outdoor recreation experiences from the "frontcountry" to the backcountry. 



The MAP team provides customized tools, trainings, and one-on-one assistance to community projects, small and large, in the areas of: outdoor recreation planning, design and construction, volunteer programs, land authorizations (lease, license, easement), public-private partnerships, operations and maintenance, risk management, policy, and community engagement.


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