(Jackson, Wyo.) - Tomorrow is officially Winter Trails Day and a chance for community members to try something new on the snow for free. “Winter Trails Day is one of those rare opportunities to get the whole family outside having fun in the middle of the winter,” said Jill Harkness from Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation. Parks and Recreation has teamed up with many community organizations to offer a day of fun, centered around our amazing trail and pathway system. Celebrate Jackson Hole Winter Trails Day by testing out cross country skis or a fat bike, touring on snowshoes, working with a dog trainer, or just sipping hot chocolate at your favorite local trailhead tomorrow, February 6. “Our favorite part of the day is watching people try something new, whether it’s an adult hopping on a fat bike or a 4-year-old trying cross country skiing. Winter trails are all about having fun,” said Lauren Dickey, Education Director at Friends of Pathways. Here is the full schedule of Winter Trails Day activities: *Top of Teton Pass* - 9:00 am - 11:00 am.: Friends of Pathways Teton Pass Ambassador, TCSAR and USFS Patrollers *Wilson Centennial Trail at Stilson Ranch* - 10:00 am - 2:00 p.m.: Nordic Ski Tips with Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Nordic Ski Ambassadors. Skinny Skis is offering 50% off rental fee to participate the Nordic Ski Tips. Call Skinny Skis at 733-6094 for details. - 1:00 pm - 3:30 p.m.: Pre-school ski lessons (age 3-5) with Snow King Mountain Ski School Nordic Staff. Children’s Nordic Ski equipment provided by Snow King. *Cache Creek Trailhead* - 12:00 pm - 4:00 p.m.: USFS Dog etiquette and tips for trail users - 12:00 pm - 4:00 p.m.: Free Fat Bike Demos. Teton Mountain Bike Tours will be offering free Fat Bike demos and Mountain Bike the Tetons we will be focusing on educating the public and fat bikers new to the sport on proper tire pressure for conditions and options for yielding to other trail users while on the trail. They will also be answering questions about the single track grooming program in the Teton Region. *Grand Teton National Park* - 1:30 pm - 3:30 p.m.: Ranger Led Snowshoe Hike. Reservations required - Meet at Taggart Lake Trailhead All ability levels, ages 8 and up, guided tour with stops. Suggested donation of $5/adult (plus park entrance fee: show annual pass or $10/vehicle/day) Space limited, call 307-739-3399 to reserve a spot. Snowshoes available for use during outing. More information on Winter Trails Day is available on the Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation website.
*Feature Photo: h/t Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation / Pitchengine