Resources

Silent Tracks is committed to working with the USFS and other stakeholders to create a winter travel management plan for the Gunnison Valley. We are working with other local and national organizations to promote and protect human powered and sustainable recreation.

Silent Tracks wants to keep you informed about important developments related to winter travel management planning. Be informed! Check out these useful local and national websites and resource documents for more details.

The Winter Wildlands Alliance is a national activist organization that builds relationships with grassroots snowsports and conservation groups, in addition to  publicizing national issues impacting human-powered snowsports and maintaining regular communication with the Forest Service, Park Service, and Congressional representatives.  Silent Tracks is a member of the WWA Grassroots Network.

The above video documents a human-powered backcountry skiing experience in a National Forest multi-use winter recreation area.  Does no enforcement work?  Will there be a silent human-powered experience in 10 years?  Take Action…

Data Collection Initiative
WSCU MEM Report and Analysis (2017-2018)

Data Collection Initiative
WSCU MEM Report and Analysis (2016-2017)

1995 USFS Environmental Assessment

crested butte winter travel assessment

1995 USFS Travel Mgmt Decision

Winter Recreation Around Crested Butte

crested butte winter recreation info

2015 Washington Gulch Order

crested butte winter recreation washington gulch

USFS Winter Travel Management

Winter Travel in National Forests

Winter Recreation Planning

Snowmobile Best Practices

Teton/West Yellowstone Study

Become A Member / Renew Membership

Let’s work together to protect and promote human-powered winter recreation in the Gunnison Valley!

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