Lined Adventure Shuttles will offer free shuttles for Butte and Anaconda residents with a COVID-19 vaccination card on Wednesday evenings beginning June 2.
The shuttles, which were made available by an anonymous individual donor, will run through August. The first shuttle will be at 6 p.m. each Wednesday, and the last will be at 8:30 p.m. Riders are to meet at the Maude S. Trailhead.
Locations offered by the shuttles include Thompson Park, the top of Harding Way/Pipestone Pass Continental Divide Trail or access into Thompson Park.
More options are available with 48 hours’ notice. That includes the Nez Perce Trailhead.
The shuttles are offered to mountain bike riders or anyone who wants to get out and enjoy the outdoors.
Linked Adventures will also work with groups to create your own shuttle experience.
Owner and operator Gina Evans announced the free shuttles in early April. As the race director of the Butte 100 for the first 11 years of the race, Evans has extensive knowledge of the trails around Butte and Southwest Montana.
Evans has been shuttling riders in the area since 2016.
To schedule a ride, contact Evans at (406) 498-9653 or visit Linked Adventures on Facebook.