In the summer and fall of 2021, the Wood River Trails Coalition (WRTC) completed a comprehensive trail use survey. In 2022, with support from the SPUR Foundation and the Valley’s trail community, WRTC was able to purchase additional trail counting devices and increase the scope of their trail monitoring program in 2022. An estimated 130,000+ trail user days were recorded across the Ketchum Ranger District in 2021.
Join WRTC Program Coordinator Emily Rodrigue to hear totals from 2022, along with exciting new ways land managers are putting this data to work. You will also get to see year-to-year comparisons from select locations, learn about the new Ground Truthing Volunteer Program, and where trail monitoring can go from here. A question and answer session will follow the presentation.
Registration is recommended to attend in person. The program will also be livestreamed and available to watch later. Click here to watch online
To view last year’s 2021 presentation that introduced the WRTC’s new trail use monitoring project, click here.