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Save Our Trails
In 2008 the Bridger Teton National Forest put into place a travel plan that severely restricted motorized access in our local forest. In response, people started poaching and complaining. That didn’t get us far so a few of us got together and approached the Forest Service to see if there was anything we could do to get more access for dirtbikes.[read more]
Linda Merigliano and Tim Farris were receptive to the idea of working directly with dirtibikers and the initial thought was that we would trade our time and labor in exchange for the Forest Service working with us to identify trails needing maintenance and other areas where we might expand our riding.
DIRT was born in 2010 and its membership is growing. We have made some small gains by getting the original access to Munger reinstated and having the Forest Service address the shortcomings and maintenance issues at Horsetail.
This year, thanks to the Wyoming State Parks Historic Sites and Trails ORV grants (our sticker money) the Forest Service has received two grants. The grants will be used to replace and build four bridges on Horsetail and just as importantly mapping out a potential dirtbike trail system in Mosquito Creek.