Week # 19 of the MBT Trail Crew Season!
A bit of everything this week to keep the crew busy. While keeping the trails clear from downfall, they put the finishing touches on the Upper Tie Canyon trail revival project and completed a handbuilt reroute on Shark’s Belly.
With a few weeks’ of trail work left in the season, the crew has some maintenance and future trail improvement planning on the schedule.
- Monday: Chris and Alec had what turned into a sloppy day, up on Upper Tie Canyon. Working on tread towards the top, they made good progress before it began to rain and snow.
- Tuesday: Alec and Eric made the final push to finish the work on Upper Tie Canyon. The trail saw significant brushback/weed whacking/clearing as well as tread work to reestablish the trail alignment. If you don’t use it, you lose it!
- Wednesday: The crew began work on a re-route on Shark’s Belly trail in the Horseshoe area. Clearing, flagging and digging. The intention of the reroute is to avoid the steep, wet, seep area on the north end of the trail.
- Thursday: Alec and Eric continued work on the reroute on Shark’s Belly while Chris cut out two trees on Happy Hour in the morning. He then met up with the crew in the afternoon for some more digging.
- Friday Chris and Alec headed up Drake in the morning to clear a down tree on the upper section of the trail. They then headed out to Horseshoe Canyon to complete the work on Shark’s Belly and open up the new reroute.
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!
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Click HERE to report a Trail Maintenance Request.
OPEN DRY TRAILS AS OF September 8, 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!