Join TCSAR for Winter Trails Day on Saturday, February 4th

Celebrate Jackson Hole Winter Trails Day by testing out cross country skis or a fat bike, touring on snowshoes, working with a dog trainer, or just sipping hot chocolate at your favorite local trailhead on Saturday, February 4, 2017. Organized by many community organizations collaborating to increase awareness of winter activities while developing positive trail interactions by a range of trail users.

“Winter Trails Day is one of those rare opportunities to get the whole family outside having fun in the middle of the winter,” said Jill Harkness, Winter Trails Day organizer from Teton County Parks and Recreation.

Visit your favorite winter trails locations for warm drinks, snacks and fun including:  

Teton Pass & Coal Creek
9-11am    Friends of Pathway, Teton County Search & Rescue, Teton County Idaho Search & Rescue, and the BTNF will hand out batteries for avalanche transceivers, mugs, and hats.

Grand Teton National Park
1:30–3:30pm $5 Ranger led Snowshoe Tour for all abilities from the Taggart Lake Trailhead. Space
    limited; call 307-739-3399 to reserve a spot. Snowshoes available.

Cache Creek Trailhead
12-4pm     FREE fat bike demos, US Forest Service (USFS) and local dog trainers will provide FREE training lessons for dog owners.

Emily’s Pond
1-3pm    Warm Drinks and Snacks. Rendezvous Park will share sleds for their knoll with Teton County Parks and Recreation and Teton County Weed and Pest

Wilson Centennial Trail /Stilson Ranch
10am – 2pm   FREE Nordic Ski Tips with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Nordic Ski Ambassadors. Skinny  
Skis is offering 50% off rental free. Call Skinny Skis at 733-6094 for details.

Phil Baux Park
12am-3:30pm FREE Preschool Ski Lessons (ages 3-5) with Snow King Mountain Ski School Nordic Staff.  Children’s Nordic Ski Equipment provided by Snow King Mountain.

“The Bridger-Teton National Forest staff look forward to the opportunity to interact with the public and to share ideas to improve the stewardship on our local trails,” said Leslie Williams. 

See you on our trails!