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idaho pathfinders
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Your Membership Keeps Trails open

Membership in the Idaho Pathfinders Association supports efforts to keep trails open for public use & lots more.

Our Business
Sponsors

Find out more about the local businesses that generously support and sponsor the Idaho Pathfinders Association

Current
News & Posts

Stay up-to-date with news and events, trail cleanups and other related info you want to know about.

How Your Membership Supports Our Trail System

Emphasis on Good Stewardship

Enrich your adventures on public lands with a solid understanding about the importance and benefits of being good stewards of our public lands and trails.

Protects Individual Rights To Ride Trails

The larger our body of members, the stronger is our collective voice that can protect individual rights to enjoy the trail systems on nearby public lands.

Share the Importance of membership

Talk to friends and family to let them know the value and importance of supporting membership to preserve our local trail system with access for all.

Trail Ranger Program

An incentive program that encourages member participation in trail cleanup and maintenance through a contract by the State of Idaho – Nez Perce National Forest and Clearwater National Forest.

Partnerships With Public Agencies

Working with partners in our local communities means collaboration with the Forest Service, the Blue Ribbon Coalition, Idaho Parks and Recreation and other public agencies.

Open More Miles of Trails

Annually, across the Nezperce-Clearwater National Forest, our volunteer and partnership efforts are in place to help keep trails open for everyone.

Recent Club News

July Newsletter

We held our club meeting on July 5th at the Trails Restaurant in Grangeville. We covered our Treasurer report and bills to be paid and was approved.  The only correspondence we have had is the RSVP emails coming back in

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IPA Meeting July 5th 7pm

Hi Idaho Pathfinder Members and Subscribers:   Our July Meeting for the Idaho Pathfinders Association is scheduled:  WHEN: Wednesday, July 5th, 2023  WHERE: Trails Restaurant – Meeting Room – Grangeville, Idaho TIME: 7 pm   Please feel welcome to arrive

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June Newsletter

We held our IPA club meeting on June 7th at the Trails Restaurant in Grangeville. We covered our Treasurer report and bills to be paid and was approved.  We covered some correspondence that was emailed to us by Ron Miller

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May Newsletter

It has been awhile since we posted our Newsletter, with so much going on and an Officer change out in the middle of setting up our fundraiser we should be back on track. We would like to thank 2023’s Business

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IPA Meeting May 3rd 7pm

Hi Idaho Pathfinder Members and Subscribers:   Our May Meeting for the Idaho Pathfinders Association is scheduled:  WHEN: Wednesday, May 3rd, 2023  WHERE: Trails Restaurant – Meeting Room – Grangeville, Idaho TIME: 7 pm   Please feel welcome to arrive

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Our Trail Ranger Program

Would you like to contribute your efforts to keeping trails open for summer recreation? Doing your part to volunteer as a part of the Trail Ranger Program is an important role if you want to contribute your skills and a little time, we'd love you help out.

Members receive notification of when club members will gather to work on trails. Seasonal conditions vary so watch for posts here or subscribe to receive notices to your email inbox and do your part to make a difference and keep our trails open for summer recreation.

Trail Ranger Program
Trail Ranger Volunteers Cleared A Trail of Trash and Debris on Big Canyon
Clearing Fallen Trees Over Winter Season
Trail Ranger Program
Team Work in 2010 to Build a New Bridge on Centennial Trail
Trail Ranger Program
Working For the Public To Keep Trails Open
Trail Ranger Program
A Bridge ReBuilt by Trail Ranger Volunteer Crew
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