Week # 15 of the MBT Trail Crew Season!
Undoubtedly, trail work can be hard on the body. This past week the crew took some time to recover. Bending, swinging, lifting, riding and crashing are all part of the job and staying healthy is a top priority. However, the crew was still able to complete some needed maintenance, trail administration work and host another successful volunteer day last week. Here’s the breakdown of what they were up to:
- Tuesday: Alec, Eric and Stacey headed out on Nemo’s and Grumpy’s for some heavy brushback maintenance, clearing sight lines and overgrown areas.
- Wednesday: Wednesday morning Alec and Chris prepared carsonite signage to be installed on Corral Cr. and Red Cr. Alec hit the trail with the signage and a focus on brushing some overgrown areas on upper Red Cr. where he spotted a Mountain Lion!
- Friday: Chris and Alec focused on preparation for the volunteer trail day on Tie Canyon. After assessing work within the first half-mile, they cleared and pin flagged a 220ft reroute and loaded up the truck for the following day.
- Saturday Tie Canyon Volunteer Trail Day. Thanks to the great folks who swung tools with us, completing the reroute and installing a heavily armored spring runoff drain. More work planned for Tie Canyon in the future, if you haven’t been, check it out!
Join us next weeked in Rainey Creek for a weekend of backcountry trail restoration on Thompson Peak! Sign-up HERE.
Follow @mtbthetetons for more current content regarding our work and local trail conditions. We will also continue to provide trail updates as they continue to open, here in the Weekly Trail Crew Reports and on Trailforks
We want to thank everyone for their continued responsible trail use and those who are helping with trail maintenance. Please remember to share trail reports or work of your own so that we can relay to the people!
Click HERE to report Trail Conditions.
Click HERE to report a Trail Maintenance Request.
OPEN DRY TRAILS AS OF August 10, 2020
- Mill Creek
- Drake Creek
- Grove Creek
- Pole Canyon
- Mail Cabin
- S. Fork Horseshoe
- Rush Hour
- Horseshoe Canyon
- Aspen Trail
- Stinking Springs
- Caribou Range Trails
- 7N Ranch
- South Bench Trail
- Lower Palisades Creek
- 5th Street Bike Park
- Victor Bike Park
- Teton Pass DH Trails
For more Jackson Hole dry trails, check out our partners’ (Friends of Pathways) Trail Report HERE.
Please be patient and consider the potential consequences of riding around or through muddy or wet areas. Refer to the blue posted signs as each trailhead for Guidelines for early season trail use and COVID-19 etiquette.
We will continue to provide trail updates as they continue to open, here in the Weekly Trail Crew Reports and on Trailforks HERE.
Thanks and we’ll see you out there!