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Outdoor Recreation

  1. Backpacking in the Tetons

    August 17, 2018 - August 19, 2018

    Take a long weekend during peak flower bloom to backpack the spine of the Teton Range. We start at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and take a Tram ride up to save 4100’ of climbing. This head start makes the 28-mile trail lose elevation overall and make only 1 major ascent at hurricane pass. The route is still rigorous but achievable to someone with basic fitness. The fee includes transportation, park entrance, sanitation supplies, water filters, food canisters and group navigation and emergency supplies. It does not include food, personal equipment or a tram pass. The pre-trip is a chance to discuss equipment, food, and logistics and meet your fellow participants. Participants should expect to carry 30-40 pounds for 10 miles a day. Responsible teens with appropriate expectations are welcome. Pre-trip meeting: July 26 at 6:00 p.m. at the Community Recreation Center

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  2. Advanced Backpacking

    August 23, 2018 - August 27, 2018

    For anyone with backpacking experience or a high level of fitness, we are offering a 5-day extended backpacking trip. This trip will help participants learn the finer points of planning an extended self-supported wilderness trip. The basic plan is to head to the 2.3 million acre Frank Church Wilderness in Central Idaho and hike to Alpine Lakes and take at least one night to leave the trail completely. Participants will help plan the exact route, plan food and make many of the trip decisions. Fees include transportation, permit fees, sanitation supplies, food containers, basic first aid and a facilitator. Fees do not include personal equipment or food. There are multiple pre-trip meetings so the group can make solid plans and be more involved in the decision making process. Participants need to be able to carry 35-45 pounds for 10 miles a day over rugged terrain. Pre-trip meetings: August 2 and 16 at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Recreation Center.

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  3. Mountain Bike Fun Race

    August 23, 2018, 7:00 PM @ Centennial Park

    Come ride for fun or challenge in these free races on Thursdays throughout the summer. You can pre-register online then grab your number at the trailhead and go out as hard or easy as you want. Races are ‘sprint’ distances, averaging around 5-7 miles. Trails are well marked and you might discover a new favorite. All skill levels are welcome just be on time.

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