Adopt A Trail

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White Pine Ski Resort is thrilled to announce a new trail stewardship program!  New this year, we are inviting local businesses and organizations to assist with necessary trail maintenance up at White Pine Ski Area through our new Adopt-A-Trail program. 

Hiking, Biking and Ski trails motivate us to get outside.  They keep us healthy and allow us to experience the wonder and beauty of the forest which surrounds our local community.  But all trails, even ski trails, require care and maintenance.  White Pine’s ski trails specifically require additional maintenance to prepare for prime winter skiing and grooming such as seedling clippings, debris & trash removal, or sometimes even the clearing of fallen trees.

This program will give local businesses and organizations, such as yours, an opportunity to sponsor your favorite ski trail at White Pine Ski Resort and have your name placed on signs at the top of your sponsored trail.  Each sponsor supports its adopted trail through an option of four different levels of financial and/or volunteer support. Volunteers are critical to the success of any trail maintenance program. Their work contributes to the safety, beauty and sustainability of our ski trails and benefits the entire community.

Please see a map and names of White Pine's Ski trails and levels of contribution sponsorship below. Contributions of any kind (financial or volunteering) are greatly appreciated.  A 501c(3) tax donation receipt is available upon request.

For more information, or to sponsor a trail that is available on our Adopt-A-Trail listing, please contact Katie at 307-367-6606 or katie@whitepineski.com.

 

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS*

Benefit

RECRUIT

EXPLORER

ADVENTURER

INVESTOR

Provide Volunteers**

$250 plus Volunteers

Any Trail

$750

Short Trail

$1250

Long Trail

Recognition for your support in the Lodge

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X

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Recognition for your support on the Website

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X

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X

Signage on your Sponsored Trail

 

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X

X

Exclusive Sponsor Appreciation Day BBQ

 

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X

X

Labor provided for your Sponsored Trail

 

 

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X

 

WHITE PINE SKI AREA TRAILS

Short Trails

(or low degree of maintenance)

Long Trails

(or high degree of maintenance)

Competition/Tube

Bonneville

Coyote

Fremont, Lower

Fremont, Upper

Lost Eagle

Lander Cutoff

Sky Pilot

Lynx

Steve’s

Pipestone

Warbonnet

Pipestone, Upper

Washakie Traverse

Pipestone, Lower

White Rock

Porcupine

Wind River

Quail

Wind River Return

Sweetwater Gap

Roaring Fork

 

Sky Pilot, Lower

 

Sunny’s

 

Temple