The Bridger-Teton National Forest has re-opened the portion of the Cache Creek road accessing the trailhead. The road had been closed to allow crews to perform work to alleviate potential flooding as well as prevent damage to the road surface due to soft soils. While the road has been re-opened, recreationists are advised that ice patches still remain and the road surface may be soft, especially during periods of rain. Meanwhile all trails are still snow covered. As the winter transitions to spring, be aware that moose are still lingering in the area and have very low energy reserves. Consequently, dog control is essential. As trails open up, remember to “ride dirt, not mud” to protect the trails from damage. The parking area at the Nelson Drive trailhead remains closed until the snow can melt completely.
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