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Trail Conditions 6-9-17

The trail word of the week is High Water!  Use caution when crossing creeks and inspect bridges before crossing.  In particular Bridge 3 in Cache Creek has water flowing over it, and the Crater and Lower History bridges broke under heavy winter snow load.  The trails are holding up well in spite of this with […]

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Trail Conditions 6-2-17

The theme of the spring is trees down on the trails.  This week the crews cleared 22 trees off of Hagen and Putt Putt, 16 trees off of Crater and Lower History, and a whopping 91 trees off of Ferrins, Wilson Canyon, and West Game.  I would suggest that as the outing for the weekend, […]

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Trail Conditions 5-19-17

The trails continue to dry out and the crew had a busy week clearing 162 trees off of Wilson, Ferrin’s, and the Munger Mountain trails.  Munger is in good shape with only a few seeps and wet spots and a few trees left on Wally World where we ran out of time and gas.  Ferrin’s […]

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Trail Conditions 5-12-17

Trails are still slowly melting out with lower Cache Creek and Sink or Swim and below being your best bet for the weekend with the Hagen side still covered in patchy snow and mud.  The crew found some carnage this week with a waterfall flowing down the steep section of Wilson Canyon and ~40 trees […]

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Trail Conditions 5-5-2017

With the nice weather this weekend there are several trails around Snow King that are in great shape for short excursions.  The Sidewalk to Wiggle to Putt Putt link up offers a great 5K loop from the Cache or Nelson Dr. trailheads.  The Hagen Highway and Sink or Swim are clear of snow except for […]

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Trail Conditions 4-18-17

As usual in early spring there are a few dry trails out there in sunny spots and at low elevations.  The trails between Snow King Ski Area and the Winter Wildlife Closure to the west are 99% snow free and dry.  They can be accessed via the Rodeo and Pine Drive neighborhood access trails or […]

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Teton Traffic Busters

RESULTS ARE IN FROM TETON TRAFFIC BUSTERS’ OPEN HOUSE Before the crush of summer traffic, Friends of Pathways and other community organizations invited citizens to engage and share ideas that can be enacted as proactive solutions to aggravating traffic congestion. The goal of the event was to generate community conversation and to invigorate people around positive […]

Cache Creek Trailhead OPEN

The road to the Cache Creek Trailhead has reopened, showing that with a good team, you can accomplish almost anything! The Bridger-Teton National Forest, Town of Jackson and Parks and Recreation staff worked together this week to remove ice and standing water, to reopen the road to the Cache Creek Trailhead. Conditions on the road […]

Cache Creek Trailhead still closed to vehicles

The Bridger-Teton NF staff was able to improve parts of the road to Cache Creek Trailhead, but there is still more work to be done before cars are able to go back to the trailhead. Walking, biking and skiing are still encouraged, although the Town and BTNF suggest that you park at May Park and […]

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Bike Raffle to Support Cache Creek Singletrack Grooming

It has been a difficult winter for our trial year grooming singletrack in Cache Creek.  We have managed to stay ahead of the storms and keep a little over 9 miles of singletrack groomed for hikers, bikers, runners, and skiers.  We are hoping your donations to this bike raffle will allow us to purchase all […]