Montco Trail Challenge

MONTCO Trail Challenge

New this Year!


TAKE THE CHALLENGE


Join us for the 6th annual Montgomery County Trail Challenge! The Montco Trail Challenge will run May 1 – December 5, 2021.

How to Participate



  1. Print your official Montco Trail Challenge card (Spanish) or look for them Montgomery County park and trail kiosks.
  2. Register yourself or any members of your household (including dogs).
  3. Get out and go! Visit any of the 15 participating trails and look for special markers at the entrance (trailheads).
  4. Record each symbol you find on your trail card.
  5. Once you have visited as many trails as you can, return your completed card to a designated dropbox or submit results online.
You do not have to walk, run or bike the entire trail to get credit for the challenge – just visit and enjoy to earn your recognitions!  

How many trails can you visit by December 5th?


Benefits of the Montco Trail Challenge



Montgomery County boasts over 92 miles of trails that connect greenways, waterways, and heritage. Most Montgomery County residents are located within a few miles of a wonderful trail experience!

A survey of 2020 Trail Challenge participants found:
  • 93.86% visited a new park or trail
  • 89.47% learned something new about their community
  • 89.29% walked more 
  • 33.33% biked more 
  • 14.95% ran more 
  • 87.61% improved their physical health 
  • 96.46% improved their mental health 

CHALLENGE YOUR FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS, AND OTHERS

Last year more than 1,500 people participated in the Trail Challenge. 

TRACK YOUR PROGRESS ON SOCIAL MEDIA


Use social media to post your pictures, recognitions, and encourage your friends to participate. Use the hashtag #MontcoTrailChallenge when you post! Look for your post to be shared on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
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WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU OUT ON THE TRAILS!


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The Montco Trail Challenge is a collaborative effort of the Montgomery County Office of Public Health, Planning Commission,
Parks, Trails, and Historic Sites, and Commissioners.