Road to Cache Creek trailhead is now open

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Bridger-Teton National Forest has reopened the Cache Creek Road to the trailhead.

Users should be aware that there is still some snow and ice in a few spots. The ground may be very soft and additional precipitation in the forecast this week will continue to make the road challenging to navigate. Please use good judgment regarding travel on wet and muddy road to avoid contributing to tire ruts and other road damage.

All trails are still snow covered. As winter transitions to spring, be aware that moose are still lingering in the area and have very low energy reserves so dog control is essential. As trails open up, remember to “ride dirt, not mud.” Trails are easily damaged in the spring so patience now will pay off later. The parking area at the Nelson Drive trailhead remains closed until the snow can completely melt.

Some snowy patches persist on the road to Cache Creek trailhead. (Pathways)

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