In 2018, our teams gave back ~10,000 hours in trail maintenance across the state. The trail maintenance included but is not limited to:
Lone Peak High School - Provided 510 hours into the planting of trees at Lambert Park.
Moab High School - Provided 200 hours into helping build a reroute on the world famous Whole Enchilada Trail. The reroute is now named after the team (Red Devil Reroute).
Corner Canyon High School - Provided 185 hours to help build a connector trail in lower canyon, while also cleaning up current trails and planted seeds for flowers.
Advocacy and Construction
Over the course of the last four years, we have either been directly or indirectly responsible for the construction or growth of the following trail systems:
- Eagle Mountain
- Pleasant Grove
- Highland City
- Beaver Mountain
- Corner Canyon
We have also helped local communities receive grants and funding to either build or maintain trail systems.
We teach our coaches and athletes the importance of staying on established trails, not riding when muddy, proper braking to reduce brake bumps/damage, and taking ownership of trails through the “leave no trace” protocol. We are committed to protect the trails and preserving Utah’s natural beauty.