Thanks to everybody who came out to help on National Trails Day last Saturday! We got a big head start on the bridge project on Teton Pass, moved ~8,000 pounds of lumber, rerouted a wet section of the History trail, cleaned all the water bars on Big Rocks, and finished the first bridge on Big […]
Snow King and Munger trails are good to go and Teton Pass is slowly but surely melting out. The TFR trails on the south side of the pass are in pretty good shape and should be riding nicely for their Pass Bash on Saturday. Everything else is probably still and out and back exploration from […]
The Cache Game trails are a go for the season! Things have melted out about 3 weeks ahead of last year and the crews cleared the Cache Game divide, West Game, and Wilson this week. I would say the trails are 99.9% good with a few seeps and water problems that we will address this […]
Trails are continuing to dry out in the front country. The Munger Mountain Trails are in good shape with only a few wet spots from spring seeps. The Trail Crew did a pass on Poison Creek and Wally’s World and will hit Rock Creek, Squaw Creek, and Tusky Ridge next week. On the pass the […]
There are many more trails melting out and would be dry if only the rain would let up. The Putt Putt side of the Cache Creek drainage is drier than the Hagen side which is still holding a few snow patches and muddy spots. Crystal Butte and Josie’s Ridge are in great shape and the […]
The trails around Snow King are slowly starting to melt out with the recent warm weather. As usual the beginning of Putt Putt and the Sidewalk trail have dried out first along with the Nelson Knoll loop and lower Woods Canyon. The trails between the Winter Wildlife Closure and Snow King’s ski runs are also […]
A reminder for anyone skiing in the Pyramid Peak area this winter, PLEASE respect private land when entering and leaving the national forest. The only access to the Phillip’s Canyon and Pyramid Peak area is along the access trail directly across from the plowed parking on the east side of Fish Creek Rd. ~3 miles […]
December 1st marks the start of winter trail restrictions to protect wildlife in crucial winter range. This impacts many trail enthusiasts in the Cache and Greater Snow King Area. Please be aware of the closures and plan ahead to choose routes that respect our wild neighbors. Remember, dogs are required to be on leashes at […]
Things are going smoothly in the forest, signs are getting installed, volunteer groups are helping with turnpikes, and the trails are in good shape. It seems like a good time to do a “meet the trail crew” segment this week to introduce you to the hardworking folks that keep the trails in good shape. Pictured […]
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