South Summit County Trail Report

All of the trails are covered in a few inches of snow, great for snowshoeing, hiking, and fat bikes. Here’s your trail report! <Oakley Trail & Seymour Canyon: snow covered <Oakley Trail Park: snow covered <Franson Lane Trail: snow covered <Steven Grove Trail: snow covered <High Star Ranch Trail: snow…

South Summit County Trail Report

All trails are frozen mud and snow, weather is nice, get outside! Here’s your trail report: <Oakley Trail & Seymour Cyn: 80% Snow covered and 20% frozen mud <Oakley Trail Park: 70% snow covered, 30% frozen mud <Franson Lane Trail: mostly snow covered with some muddy areas near the river…

Trail Work Day on New Mtn Bike Trail in the Uintas

Once a new trail is cut by a trail builder it still requires a small army of volunteers in order to get it ready for use. We want to thank some very special volunteers for their help in clipping tree roots, removing large rocks, and cutting back brush on the…

South Summit County Trail Report

Get outside before the cold weather sets in this weekend. And please remember to wear bright orange or red clothing, while out on the trails for the next several weeks because it is hunting season! Here is your trail report: <Oakley Trail & Seymour Cyn: Good to go. <Oakley Trail…

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…