It’s finally springtime in the Wood River Valley—fingers crossed—and that means thousands of locals and visitors are once again taking trails through the forests and mountains that make this a special place.

A ragtag crew of volunteer “moto-loggers” are slowly but surely clearing trails of fallen trees to make way for the rest of us.

“We usually start west of Hailey and make our way north as the snow melts,” said John Reagle, a youthful 70-year-old motorcycle enthusiast who has been clearing local trails since the mid-1980s. This week, they made it up to Mars Ridge behind Baldy, and down into the Red Warrior area.

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