Enjoy Teller’s National Audubon Important Bird Area (IBA) status while you walk along the banks of the Bitterroot River, and wander through approximately 40 acres of riparian habitat. Moose, deer, mountain lion and over 145 species of birds have called Teller home. The approximate mile long trail loop can be used for hiking, bird watching and fishing the Bitterroot River.
Ready for a walk? To find the trailhead, go to the northwest edge of the Woodside Fishing Access parking area at the Woodside Bridge in Corvallis. Please respectfully follow the trail rules listed on the sign at the trailhead to ensure the area remains open for all to enjoy. While we allow dogs on the Teller Trail, all dogs must be leashed.
For directions, to volunteer to walk and maintain this trail, or for more information,
contact us at (406) 961-3507, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.