Taco for Trails: Help get ski trails groomed in Alpine

STAR VALLEY, WYO – Think how good the cross-country ski trails will look if trail groomers could get their hands on a Ranger. They’re close. With a little help, we could push them over the hump and have a great time washing down some tacos with beer tomorrow after work.

The Alpine Cross Country Ski Association (ACCSA) and Melvin Brewing are teaming up to raise funds for the free cross-country trails in Alpine. Join then Thursday, November 9, from 5-8pm for a taco bar, beer and dessert at Melvin Brewing in Alpine.

A strong turnout could help ACCSA finally reach its goal to purchase a Ranger so they can ramp up the trail grooming this winter. Alpine trails are a great free resource for area residents and visitors, and provide an opportunity to get outside and enjoy the beautiful place we live in.

Tickets for the Tacos for Trails event are $30 per person or two for $55, with $11 of every dinner goes directly to the nonprofit ACCSA. This price includes a taco bar dinner, desert and one beer token.

ACCSA map of trail system.

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