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 is dry up to the bottom of the meadow but there are several feet of drifted snow above that. The upper reaches of Hagen and Putt Putt are also slowly melting out and you can make it several miles up Game Creek with a few spots where the creek is on the road or water is bubbling out of gopher holes but it is passable. On Teton Pass Parallel is in good shape and the lower parts of Crater, History, Old Pass Road, Blacks, Ridge, Phillip’s Canyon, and Big Rocks are melting out and make good excursions to find where the snow line is each day. The crew will be clearing trees and cleaning drains there starting next week. Remember when we do get precipitation a good gauge of when the trails are dry enough to not cause damage is when the roads start to dry out. Have a great weekend!
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