Blackfoot Pathways:Sculpture in the Wild

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Blackfoot Pathways:Sculpture in the Wild

Blackfoot Pathways:Sculpture in the Wild
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Linda D
3 contributions
This is a remarkable hidden gem that is worth a visit. The art, the setting, all gorgeous.
Would recommend early in the morning as it is so quiet and peaceful.
Area is very well kept up.
Written 17 June 2022
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teri l
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Couples
This is a magical place..artists making art that fits into nature!you can spend an hour or all day..
Written 16 June 2022
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F4981JCmichaels
Vancouver, WA1,891 contributions
The only reason I did not put excellent is that this is laid out on quite a large expanse of land, and although I am in reasonably good shape for a 71 year old (can climb to 1,000 feet, ) on the hot, 90+ day we were there, the beautiful pines were not enough to dispel the heat for such a long walk. Otherwise this is a special interactive art experience in a pine woodland.
Be aware, this is not a normal attraction. There is no ticket booth, not even a place for donations that I remember. If there was, I missed it. There were primitive, but clean restrooms. Spread out in a woods, were massive, as well as smaller sculptures, most of wood. There was even a fun snail's life on storyboards done in the style of Burma Shave ads, only you walked along the trail, reading each one as you went, until the end of the story.
I found it a pleasant place to visit. There is some signage along the road, but it would be best to know it's there in advance.
also, further down the road from here is the small town of Lincoln, which itself is a fun tourist town.
Written 4 November 2021
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Todd C
Portland, OR24 contributions
Some of the sculptures were very good, but we were surprised that most of the artists were not local. The map of the pathways is not to scale, so we abandoned trying to follow it.
Overall, we enjoyed ourselves.
Written 13 August 2021
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Jasmine
Philadelphia, PA116 contributions
Solo
Awesome outdoor art installations! I’m so glad a local Montanan suggested I visit, or I Bc would’ve missed out.

The ponderosa pines provided enough shade that the temperature wasn’t too hot, plus the gorgeous piney aroma. I really enjoyed meandering through the woods, reading about each artist, and admiring their work. My favorite pieces were immersive, but I appreciated all of them.

Many couples, families, and singles out enjoying the art, but it never felt crowded.

Highly recommend!
Written 12 July 2021
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CATTSAR
Provincetown, MA21,452 contributions
It was a good day for a ride so I drove the 2 1/2 hours from Kalispell. It is a pretty ride down MT 83 through The Flathead National Forrest and along MT 200 through The Lolo National Forrest. The entrance is just east of town and marked by two large braided tree trunks. At the start of the path is an informative piece explaining about the exhibit, its formation and its mission statement. There are also some simple rules and regulations to follow. On this visit there was no staff and don't know if there ever is. The path takes you through the exhibits with concise information plaques about the artist and the development of the work you are seeing. The artists are from all over the world. The path is well marked for the most part but at times seems a bit convoluted. This time of year there is packed snow on the paths which is not prohibitive for the most part. These are gigantic works of art and very impressive as well as unusual. This was a great outing, the weather was fair, and the works of art were well worth the drive. I spent just under an hour and a half. Lincoln provides places to eat, shop and refuel. Go!!
Written 11 March 2020
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Stephanie B
Great Falls, MT209 contributions
Family
We spent about an hour wandering around the sculptures, which was a lot of fun. Our 7yo loved it! The bathrooms (pit toilets) were locked, which was a bummer. We had brought snowshoes, just in case, but the path was well maintained (knee high snow if we stepped off the trail though!). Recommend the Lincoln Pit Stop for lunch afterward! We'll be back in the summer to compare and contrast :)
Written 22 February 2020
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MTStarSapphire
Missoula, MT25 contributions
This park is amazing! Totally unique art in a very peaceful setting in the woods. It was great to be the only one there while exploring this special place!
Written 1 November 2019
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Lynda S
6 contributions
It was interesting to see different artists ideas on natures art. Most of the sculptures were intriguing to me but I had problems seeing art in a few.
Written 25 September 2019
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KatnDaveP
46 contributions
Couples
What an interesting discovery on our trip! The collection of artwork here was fascinating and interesting! It’s also a nice walk in the woods to view each display.
Written 7 September 2019
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