The trails in the Cache-Game area are almost totally snow free with just a few drifts lingering on the north side of the Cache-Game divide and the Ferrin’s saddle. The 5 way meadows in upper Wilson Canyon are also pretty wet with spring runoff. There are still some trees down in the burn area on the Wilson Canyon and West Game trails that we will get cleared next week. The trails are holding up well but need a little longer to dry out after it rains as the ground is still saturated from the snow melt. I usually say wait until the streets in town are dry but maybe add an hour to that until we get into a high pressure system. The crews also finished clearing Munger Mountain this week and will start pushing up from the base of Teton Pass next week. If you are out exploring this weekend and see any trees down send us a trail maintenance request and we will get them asap. If you are going to be around next weekend come out from 9-12 on Saturday June 3rd for National Trails Day. We will be building singletrack across Snow King to get the Sink or Swim trail off of the shared section of road. Meet at the base of the Rafferty lift for bagels and coffee and a free ride up to help us dig.
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