The Wood River Bike Coalition was founded in 2011. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit. In 2019, we renamed ourselves the Wood River Trails Coalition to better facilitate our work maintaining and improving cycling, hiking, and riding opportunities in the Wood River Valley.
Our board includes:
Get involved in the local trail efforts by pitching in at one of our next volunteer opportunities. The WRTC couldn’t do what we do without the help of our hardworking volunteers! Please join us and help maintain our trails!
Volunteer Trail Work Days on the Sawtooth National Forest for 2019:
Saturday, June 8th: Forbidden Fruit
Thursday, June 13th: Adam’s Rib (Pork Chop)
Thursday, June 27th: Proctor
Thursday, July 11th: CANCELLED
Saturday, July 13th: Alden Gulch
Thursday, July 25th: Pioneer Cabin trailhead bridge
We are potentially scheduling another volunteer event at the end of September, so keep your eyes and ears out!
WRTC Volunteer Numbers for 2019:
Total Volunteers: 131
Total Volunteer Hours: 471
Drains cleaned: 35
Drains built: 8
Feet brushed: 10,600
Tread work: 12,070
Berms raked: 20
Thank you to everyone who came out this summer, you rock!
BECOME A MEMBER
Supporting our local trails has never been easier. Join community members, businesses, and organizations in a WRTC supporting membership!
THE WOOD RIVER TRAILS COALITION IS A TRAIL STEWARDSHIP ORGANIZATION WORKING TO CREATE, MAINTAIN AND SUSTAIN OUR TRAIL NETWORK FOR ALL USERS.
JOIN YOUR TRAIL COMMUNITY
We cannot do any of this without you and your passion for trails. Being a WRTC member allows us to fulfill our mission and you to feel great about supporting your trails and fellow trail users! If you love your trails around the Wood River Valley, then becoming a member is one way to give back to the landscape that gives us so much. Being a member helps us:
Fund the trail crews that maintain our trail network
Organize and facilitate volunteer nights and projects (and feed them well after!)
Finance new trails and trail projects
Support WRTC operating and administrative costs, which allows us to raise more money to build more trails, pay more trail crews and fund volunteer events