Greenhorn / East Fork Area (left is looking south, right is looking west) (At fire station just south of Greenhorn stop-light, left image looks south down Hwy 75, right image looks west out Greenhorn.)
Timmerman Hill (left is north into WRV, right is east towards Picabo) (Timmerman Hill ~14 miles south of Hailey. Left image looks north towards Wood River Valley, right image looks south.)
Smiley Creek Airport (left is looking northwest, right is looking southeast) (Smiley Creek airport on north side of Galena Summit. Left image looks northwest towards Stanley, right image looks southeast towards headwaters and Galena Summit)
Welcome to BCRD's new WinterTraiLink website. We have some great new tools that will help you explore and get real-time information on Nordic and snowshoe trails throughout the Wood River Valley!
A few helpful tips:
On the main Winter Trailink page, move the map around by clicking and dragging the map itself or by clicking on the tabs across the top to zoom in on popular areas.
Hover over or click on any trail and a box will appear with details of that trail, its uses, open/closed status, grooming and more. Scroll down the box to a link to that trail's detail page.
The drop down menus under "REFINE YOUR MAP" will redraw the map to show only the trails that fit your criteria. The "MAP LEGEND" shows what different trail colors and icons mean; hover over or tap any icon on the map to get more details about that icon and why it has been placed there.
All boxes can be minimized out of your way to see more of the map by clicking the minimize button in each of the box's title bar.
Scroll down below the map to the Trails Report to see updated grooming information and conditions in a different format for the general regions around our valley and for grooming information for specific trails. Click the "Grooming Report Only" button to see the Grooming Report without the map.
Click the trail name in the Trails Report (or the link at the bottom of the trail info box, or just click the trail itself on the map) to be taken to that trail's details page to see more information including elevations, weather, other conditions, and KML and GPX files you can use in Google Earth or on your phone/GPS.
Drop a Lat/Long Pin
Enter latitude and longitude in any of the three general formats (decimal degrees - DD.DDD°, degrees decimals minutes - DD° MM.MMM', degrees minutes seconds - DD° MM' SS.SSS"). Don't worry about any symbols just put spaces between minutes and seconds if using that format.