Trail Updates

Friends of Pathways has a formal partnership with the USFS to collaborate on design, construction and stewardship of local trails for all users – hike, bike, horse, and ski. We’re committed to providing easy year round access to trails that is essential to maintaining our high quality of life in Jackson Hole.

Trail Conditions 7-28-17

Things are going smoothly in the forest, signs are getting installed, volunteer groups are helping with turnpikes, and the trails are in good shape.  It seems like a good time to do a “meet the trail crew” segment this week to introduce you to […]

Trail Conditions 7-21-17

This week the crew dodged some hail storms while working on the Skyline trail with the Montana Conservation Corps.  The MCC crew finished their 8 day hitch and helped to narrow and improve 1.2 miles of tread on the eastern end of the Skyline […]

Trail Conditions for 7-14-17

Signs!  Our new trail signs for the Snow King area trails arrived and we started installing them this week.  They include maps and directions with mileages as well as education messages for good trail etiquette.  Look for them to be installed over the next […]

July 14th, 2017|News, Trail Updates|

Trail Conditions 7-7-2017

Big week on the trails with lots of folks out enjoying the holiday weekend.  The crew spent Monday  prepping for the Montana Conservation Corp crew which gets here next week to work on the center section of the Skyline trail.  This meant moving twelve […]

July 7th, 2017|News, Trail Updates|

Trail Conditions 7-1-17

All the trails on Snow King, Teton Pass, and Munger are open including Skyline!  Crews had a busy week doing maintenance on turnpikes on the History Trail and removing a 60 inch diameter Douglas Fir that had fallen over the winter.  Then they worked […]

July 1st, 2017|News, Trail Updates|

Trail Conditions 6-23-2017

Crews continued to get after it this week with 78 trees cleared off of the Wilson Canyon, Ridge, Arrow, Ski Lake, and Phillip’s Pass trails and 132 drainage features cleaned or installed on West Game, Hagen Highway, and Putt Putt.  The pass is close to […]

June 23rd, 2017|News, Trail Updates|

Trail Conditions 6-16-17

Teton Pass is melting out slowly but surely.  Most of the south side trails are in good shape except for upper Blacks, Lithium, and History trail which remain in the snow zone.  The north side trails have patchy snow but are passable.  Ski Lake […]

June 16th, 2017|News, Trail Updates|

Trail Conditions 6-9-17

The trail word of the week is High Water!  Use caution when crossing creeks and inspect bridges before crossing.  In particular Bridge 3 in Cache Creek has water flowing over it, and the Crater and Lower History bridges broke under heavy winter snow load. […]

Trail Conditions 6-2-17

The theme of the spring is trees down on the trails.  This week the crews cleared 22 trees off of Hagen and Putt Putt, 16 trees off of Crater and Lower History, and a whopping 91 trees off of Ferrins, Wilson Canyon, and West […]

Trail Conditions 5-19-17

The trails continue to dry out and the crew had a busy week clearing 162 trees off of Wilson, Ferrin’s, and the Munger Mountain trails.  Munger is in good shape with only a few seeps and wet spots and a few trees left on […]