Message for the weekend! The ground it pretty saturated and with more rain on the way it may be a better idea to walk, ride, or gallop on the pathways this weekend. Footprints and hoofprints make the trail muddier for longer as each indentation holds small puddles of water, and tire tracks channel water down the trail and which encourages erosion. Our crews have already cleaned and dug hundreds of drainage features this spring which help to keep water off of the trails but you can help too by staying off the trails when they are muddy. The crews finished clearing the Snow King and Munger trails this week and are starting to work their way up from the base of Teton Pass. The snow line there is still around 8000 feet depending on aspect, although there looks to be fresh snow falling on the pass webcam as I speak. We are also working with Snow King to reestablish the Summit and Shade Monkey trails now that the grading is done and water line has been buried. Stay dry out there this weekend!
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