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The Settler’s Moon walk will be Saturday beginning at 6:30 p.m. on the Face of the Mountain Trail south of Red Lodge.

Featured speakers for the walk will include:

-- Nancy Heyl Ruskowsky, author of "Two Dot Ranch, A Biography of Place," who will talk about this historic Wyoming ranch located in the Bighorn Basin, along the foothills of the North Absaroka Wilderness.

-- Jane Taylor, Beartooth Ranger District, who will talk about the Meeteetse Trail and its importance in the settlement of the Clarks Fork Valley and Bighorn Basin.

The walk is on moderate terrain that begins at the Face of the Mountain Trailhead. To reach the trailhead, travel approximately one mile south of Red Lodge on Highway 212 and turn left (east) onto the Meeteetse Trail Road; drive another three miles to the trailhead on the right. Parking is limited, so look for opportunities to carpool. The walk will last for about two hours.

For more information, call the Beartooth Ranger District at 446-2103.

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