Good news coming out of Kamas this past week as the town council approved a measure that would allow for 16 miles of public trails as part of the High Star Ranch Trails Master Plan. According to preliminary estimations, the trails will be completed towards the end of summer, just in time for fall riding. In addition to the new trails, there will also be an on-site bike shop and cafe.
We’re always stoked to hear of new trail building efforts, and hope High Star is just the first of many trail systems to pop up throughout South Summit and the Kamas Valley over the next few years. Big thanks to High Star Ranch, South Summit Trails, and Kamas City Council for their efforts in support of the project and making trails a priority!
Snyderville Basin Recreation District trails manager Bob Radke, of Bob’s Basin fame, as quoted in the Park Record:
Trails are a great amenity to the community and I think it will really be a great thing over there because it’s in town and it’s really close. People can ride from home if they live in town and easily access the trails. From what I heard, they will provide public parking and may even be planning a bike shop and little café. I think it will be a great little hub. It has the full support of the Kamas City Council and the South Summit Trails Foundation.
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