Category Archive For "Trails"
Summit County should charge non-residents for trails use
We have been dancing around the issues for years. Summit County residents fund our trails through property taxes. Most trails are managed through Basin Rec. Tonight, I sat through a painful Snyderville Basin Planning Commission discussion about whether Basin Rec should be able to add parking stalls near Pheasant Lane near Creekside on the north-side …
Why we love Mountain Trails Foundation
Almost everything Mountain Trails does is done well. Case in point is the following sign found at Round Valley. It explains the issue. It’s concise. It’s friendly. Most importantly we saw no mountain bikes on the trail today. Good job, as usual, Mountain Trails.
Run-A-Muck Trail… Never has Being Legal Felt So Good
The Basin’s newest hiking trail, the Run-A-Muck, also sports a unique feature. You can legally walk your dogs off leash on the two miles of trails over 43 acres that are enclosed by a fence. We had a chance to try out the new trail over the weekend. We hesitate to tell you how great …