Action Trackchair All-Terrain Wheelchair at Lone Pine State Park | Kalispell

Action Trackchair All-Terrain Wheelchair at Lone Pine State Park

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Introducing the Action Trackchair, a versatile off-road wheelchair now open for booking at Lone Pine.  This rugged wheelchair enables individuals of all abilities to explore the park’s diverse terrain. Best of all, it is provided free of charge to the public.

To reserve the Action Trackchair, simply contact the Lone Pine State Park Visitor Center at (406) 755-2706.

The Action Trackchair is available for reservation to individuals who have a disability that restricts their use of the Lone Pine trail system. The State Park kindly request proof of disability documentation. Additionally, users of the chair must be accompanied by a non-disabled person.

Currently, the Action Trackchair is authorized for use on the main Lone Pine trail system. Detailed maps are readily available to guide you on your adventure.

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Glacier Range Riders Baseball

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The Glacier Range Riders are the Flathead Valley’s Pioneer baseball league established in 2022. Enjoy an entertaining evening with the whole family!

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Brash Rodeo Summer Series 2024

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Rodeo has been a part of Montana’s culture since the first cowboys arrived over 150 years ago. This events include bull riding, bronc riding, chute dogging, roping, barrel racing, and steer riding. Brash Rodeo is Montana’s longest running series open rodeo. Your Glacier country vacation would not be complete without experiencing the legendary Blue Moon Rodeo. Get your ticket and more information at glaciercountryrodeo.com.

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Kalispell Farmers Market

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Downtown Kalispell Walking Tour

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