Trail Conditions


With the 2015-16 winter season upon us our attention shifts from biking and trail running to skiing and snowshoeing. For the most recent Basin Recreation Grooming Report please click here. To join our grooming report email list, please send your name and email address to and tell us you'd like to receive our grooming report emails. These emails are only sent out on days that we groom.

Winter doesn't mean that all singletrack trails are off limits, but it does mean that discretion should be used. If temperatures are above freezing and there is any sign of mud, please refrain from using that trail.

Respect any trail closures that you come across and understand that just because the trail appears dry where the sign is doesn't mean that it will be dry further down the trail. We always place trail closed signs at the closest junction for your convenience. 

If you see a trail condition that needs attention, such as a fallen tree, please email Mike at with details such as the location, the nature of the issue, and any other pertinent information.

Please also take a minute to see what the trails team has been working on by visiting our Trail Crew Highlights page.

For questions on any of the information on this page, please call Mike Baker at 435-649-1564, ext. 13.