BCRD Trails Blog

Oregon Gulch and Greenhorn Maintenance

Volunteers with Far Back Outdoors performed maintenance on their adopted trail, Oregon Gulch Trail, on Sunday, June 11. Far Back Outdoors is a group of friends who are avid hunters and outdoors-people. They enjoy the back country and are passionate about its responsible use. Last year they heard about our local adopt-a-trail program and decided…

Lane’s Trail Maintenance

The most recent volunteer trail work session was a resounding success with 23 people digging into maintenance tasks on Lane’s Trail in Adams Gulch. Trail Adopters, The Elephant’s Perch, and partners to the project, the Wood River Bicycle Coalition, Sawtooth National Forest – Ketchum Ranger District, and the BCRD, pulled together to promote the event…

Sunnyside Maintenance

Cold temperatures and a few snow flakes couldn’t slow the trail volunteers who showed up last Wednesday night to work on Sunnyside Trail in Adams Gulch. The Sawtooth Brewery, adopter of Sunnyside Trail, and the Wood River Bicycle Coalition, Sawtooth Back Country Horsemen, Ketchum Ranger District – Sawtooth National Forest, and the BCRD came together…

Punchline Maintenance

On Wednesday evening, May 10th, thirteen volunteers performed maintenance on the BLM Punchline Trail. The Wood River Bicycle Coalition and the Sawtooth Back Country Horsemen hosted the work session. Punchline, a bicycle flow-trail. was built, in 2011. The trail includes rocky technical portions up high, and sweeping banked-turns and jumps on the lower areas of the…