Good morning and happy Friday Park City! Here’s your melted hot chocolate with sea salt whipped cream mug o’ trails for this cold, soggy November 17th.
The rain is trying desperately to turn to snow and it’ll be a sloppy one out there if you’re inclined to venture outside. It’ll be a perfect day to kill time looking through your favorite trail pics for our 2018 Map Photo Contest. You can email them to: email@example.com
A few random and unrelated trail notes for those of us with ADD…
If you’ve been out enjoying the amazing fall trail condtions these past few weeks, you may have noticed some beautiful new kiosks at various trailheads around town. Park City Municipal Corporation received a 15k grant for new kiosks at our popular year-round trailheads in Round Valley (at Quinn’s Junction, Round Valley Way, and The Cove). In an effort to also do some recycling, they transferred the old, smaller kiosks to other trailhead areas in the City – namely PC Hill, Daly Canyon, and the Mine Bench (by the Ontario Mine).
MTF has been lending a hand to our community partners- Summit Land Conservancy & South Summit Trails Foundation with a new trail project along the Weber River in Oakley. A lot of time and effort has gone into making this unique trail project a reality, so please support these great orgs and the amazing work they’re doing in Summit County.
Think cold, white, thoughts and we’ll be grooming trails for skiing and fat biking before you know it…
Have a great weekend!