South valley trail project gets budget boost from Parks and Rec

TETON VALLEY, Ida. Teton Valley Trails and Pathways has received almost $100,000 dollars from Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.

The funds are to be applied toward ongoing work in the South Valley Project Area. By close of summer 2020 the zone will feature two new trails named Happy Hour and Hillside.

The grant application’s acceptance is the happy fruit born of community-wide efforts including partnership between Teton Valley Trails and Mountain Bike the Tetons, support from the Trail User Committee, positive public input, and application endorsement—with match—by The U.S. Forest Service, Caribou-Targhee National Forest.

The $100,000 dollars and resultant work will advance the South Valley Project Area to 90% completion.

For more information visit USFS Caribou-Targhee National Forest.


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