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Teton Range

Teton Range

Trail Status: Closed

Trail Condition: Snow Covered

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Trail Conditions

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Snow Covered

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Lions and Tigers and Bears!

See a Big Cat? Remember these keys: DO NOT RUN OR SPRINT AWAY ON YOUR BIKE If you are with small kids, pick them up without bending over or turning your back on the lion Remain facing the lion and slowly back away. LEAVE THE LION AN ESCAPE ROUTE Try to appear as large as possible (lift your bike over …

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Weekly Trail Crew Work Report: May 21, 2018

Thank You! We owe a huge thanks to the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Teton Basin Ranger District. Our local reps, District Ranger Jay Pence, Recreation Specialist Joe McFarlane and Trails Program Manager Scott Bossell have all been instrumental in planning for our trail work in 2018! Giant thanks to our 2018 Local Business Trail Fund Supporters! Thanks for the generous support …

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2017 Trails Report

Thank You We owe a huge thanks to the Caribou-Targhee National Forest, Teton Basin Ranger District. Our local reps, District Ranger Jay Pence, Recreation Specialist Joe McFarlane and Trails Program Manager Scott Bossell have all been instrumental in our trail work in 2017 and we’re excited to work closely with them again in 2018! Giant thanks to Alec, Chris and …

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Mountain Biking in The Palisades, WPLI

What does this mean for me and mountain biking? As one of eight participating counties in the state, the Teton County Board of Commissioners appointed the Teton County WPLI Advisory Committee in October 2016. The Board selected Amanda Carey to represent mountain bike stakeholders in Teton County, alongside a diverse group of 18 representatives from other interests (recreation, conservation, wildlife, …

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Welcome Tony Ferlisi

Pretty much right off the bat, the amazing things happening with mountain biking in our region began to come into focus: from long-fostered community relationships, to fundamental on-the-ground trail projects to groundbreaking youth mountain bike programs. So much to be proud of and even more to look forward to. A little background: I was born and raised in the land …

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Southwest Montana Mountain Bike Access at Risk

Background The Custer Gallatin National Forest (CGNF) in Southwest Montana is currently revising their Forest Plan, a process that last took place in the mid-80s. This planning results in guidance for management across the entire Forest for years to come. Although the plan does not address particular trails or routes, it does address the particular types of uses that will …

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Eclipse Poster Available Now!

Check out this rad photo that Noah Wetzel Photo captured of MBT Trail Crew member Chris Brule getting rowdy during the eclipse! All proceeds from the sales of this beautiful 16″ x 20″ poster are generously being donated by Mountain Flyer Magazine to support Mountain Bike the Tetons. Get your poster now by clicking here!

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Comment On the Teton Canyon Trailhead, Campground, & Dispersed Recreation Improvements

The Teton Basin Ranger District of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest is seeking public comments on the proposed Teton Canyon Trailhead, Campground, & Dispersed Recreation Improvements Project. This project is a response to an increase in demand for dispersed camping opportunities, day recreation opportunities, and trailhead congestion while providing for visitor safety, protection of municipal water infrastructure, and preserving watershed and …

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2017 Tin Cup Grant Awarded

From Teton County News “The numbers revealed that it was a banner year for donations. One out of every four households in Teton Valley participated in giving, totaling 986 donors. The median gift per household was $250, which is a 39 percent increase over last year. During the giving period, $1,538,727 was raised, which is a 22 percent increase.” The …

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Teton and Big Hole Mountains Adventure Map

High peaks, peaceful valleys, and abundant wildlife attract adventurers to this part of the country who are looking for excitement and serenity. The Teton Valley offers the peaceful pleasures of yesterday as it is less developed than its sister city of Jackson. While providing similar access to the regions towering peaks, mountain lakes, and numerous trails, this area allows you …

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Youth Cycling League, Public Discussion Meeting

With the surge in popularity of balance bikes, we are seeing children learning to ride bikes soon after walking. Kids are interested in becoming more skilled at a younger age and would greatly benefit from a program to teach bike safety, etiquette, and riding skills. The Teton area is lacking programs for young cyclists and the creation of a youth …

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July Trail Work Update

From the Trail Crew desk: July 17, 2017 First, our big news: we have hired Maintenance Monday regular Tyler Nelson as our third trail crew member. Tyler is finishing up his previous job at Grand Teton Brewery and will join us on the trail sometime this week. He was hired with funds from our recently awarded National Forest System Trail Stewardship Grant. Welcome, …

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