South Summit Trails Foundation

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Live PC Give PC: Friday, November 5, 2021:

We can’t believe it’s right around the corner! Mark your calendars for 11/5/21 for the most amazing 24 hours of giving, when you can show your support for the amazing work being done by non-profits throughout Summit County – including The South Summit Trails Foundation!   More information and links…

3/11/2021 Email: Announcements from South Summit Trails

On March 11, 2021, Posted by , In General Information,Projects, With No Comments

Hello Trail Family, Two exciting announcements for you on this snowy Thursday morning: TODAY 2:15PM: Zoom Presentation on the NEW Slate Creek Mountain Bike Trail! In partnership with the Park City Community Foundation, South Summit Trails Foundation Board Member Corey Dutton will be leading a Zoom discussion on the planning,…

TRAIL WORK DAY ANNOUNCEMENT !

On September 30, 2020, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Trail News,Volunteer, With No Comments

We are having a trail work day next Saturday, October 10th from 10-1 at the new Slate Creek Mtn Bike Trail in Samak. Please note: The trail is NOT YET OPEN for use. If you would you like to join you can come for an hour if you want, you don’t have…

Spring Trail Conditions and other Trail News

On June 20, 2020, Posted by , In Fundraising,Projects,Trail News, With No Comments

Here are your spring trail conditions and other trail news: South Summit County Weekend Trail Report: <Oakley Trail & Seymour Cyn: Good to go. <Oakley Trail Park: Good to go. <Franson Lane Trail: Avoid wet & muddy spots on this trail from spring run-off. All dogs must be leashed, thank…

Transportation Trail Along SR-32 To Be Completed by End of 2021 !

The South Summit Trails Foundation has some exciting news to share. One of the most requested trails by our community is the completion of the transportation trail from Oakley to Kamas along State Road 32. The current paved trail ends at the North end of Upper Loop Road on SR-32….

Spring Trail Updates and Important Announcements

On April 20, 2020, Posted by , In Projects,Trail News, By , With 1 Comment

Here are your spring, trail conditions updates: The Stephens Grove Trail is dry, the Oakley Trail Park is 90% dry, the Oakley Trail is about 75% dry with some snow still covering the trail at elevations higher than 7,500 ft. The Franson Lane Trail is only 80% dry. The High Star Ranch…

STEVENS GROVE WORK DAY

On October 28, 2017, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Trail News,Volunteer, With No Comments

On November 11, join us from 8am to noon as we start work on the new trail at Stevens Grove. (Directions below). Steven’s Grove is located where Millrace Rd. crosses the Weber River. With local support, Summit Land Conservation purchased this 1/2 mile of the Weber River, which will be turned over to…

FRANSON LANE PARK WORK PARTY

On October 28, 2017, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Trail News,Volunteer, With No Comments

Join us on Saturday, October 28, from 8am to noon. We will be helping Oakley resident Braxton Booth with his Eagle Scout Project of creating an exciting new perimeter trail at Franson Lane! The trail will be a non-motorized 1 mile loop in one of the prettiest areas of Oakley. If you haven’t…

Imagine if there were trail options right out your door! LivePCGivePC on November 4, 2016

On October 18, 2016, Posted by , In Fundraising,General Information,Projects, With No Comments

Instead of loading up the car and driving to the nearest trailhead, you could spend more time on that scenic walk with the family or riding singletrack within the community you live. Safe paths for your children to enjoy the outdoors and connect with neighbors away from busy streets and…

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES TO SUPPORT SSTF

On August 16, 2016, Posted by , In General Information,Projects,Volunteer, With 1 Comment

We could really use a little support in the following areas: GRANT WRITING to assist in keeping up with the many grant opportunities out there. GOVERNMENT RELATIONS CHAIR to keep an eye on any interesting items in city and county meeting agendas then help attend such meetings. TRAIL PROJECT CHAIRS…