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Park-2-Park Montana – 7 days, 424 miles

On our 10th Annual Park-2-Park Montana ride we will ride from West Yellowstone, MT to West Glacier, MT on September 7-13, 2014. This 424-mile journey in the Rocky Mountain northwest will include the state capital of Montana, Helena, as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of this fundraising ride for CASA of Montana.

Park-2-Park is the major fundraiser for CASA of Montana, Inc., a non-profit statewide organization that provides support and services to 15 CASA programs across the state. CASA’s, or Court Appointed Special Advocates, are appointed by district court judges to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. CASA of Montana’s mission is to promote advocacy for these children so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes. Funds raised by the Park-2-Park riders are used by CASA of Montana to further this mission. Profits from Park-2-Park are shared with the local programs that provide direct services to children. Local CASA programs receive 100% of funds raised by day-riders, a new option that was implemented in 2013, which is ideal for riders who can’t commit to the longer ride but want to support their local programs. 

The ride is limited to 100 riders. The The Park-2-Park Montana ride fee is $1099 which includes a $599 registration fee and a minimum $500 fundraising requirement.

The Park-2-Park Montana ride is a camping event with all meals included.  Indoor accommodation options are available and reservations are the responsibility of the riders, but we will deliver your bags and shuttle you to/from  our nightly camp.

The ride includes the following:

  • Catered Meals:
    • Dinner Day 1
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Day 2-6
    • Breakfast, Lunch Day 7
  • Luggage and gear transport
  • Rest & lunch stops with food and drink
  • Camping
  • Motel Options
  • SAG support
  • Mechanic on-road and in camp

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Park-2-Park Montana is a multi-day bicycle ride in support of CASA of Montana and a non-profit network of 15 local CASA programs. Court Appointed Special Advocates are volunteers that speak for almost 1,400 children in Montana who are in the court abuse and neglect system through no fault of their own.