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Mountain Trails Foundation

  • On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher's guests include: (5:51) Lora Smith, Scott House and Corey Dutton with details on the Epic Promise partnership with Mountain, Wasatch and South Summit Trail foundations, (23:13) Park City Pickleball president Greg Leitzke who has details on the upcoming tournament, (35:52) and Park City Film Director Katy Wang with a monthly update.
  • Mountain Trails Foundation director Lora Smith, Wasatch Trails director Scott House and South Summit Trails director Corey Dutton share the details on the Epic Promise partnership and how the grant money is utilized for these three local trail foundations.
  • Three years ago, long time Park City resident Cyndi Schwandt died doing what she loved best – being outside riding her mountain bike. This week, Park City’s newest downhill-only trail was dedicated in her honor.
  • On today's Local News Hour host Leslie Thatcher's guests include: (2:17) Lora Smith with the weekly Mountain Trails Report, (7:25) Heber City resident and mother Jamie Belnap talks about a newly formed group for mothers of LGBTQ kids with Encircle Director of Philanthropy and former Heber City Mayor Kelleen Potter, (22:28) Park City Councilmember Jeremy Rubell has a recap of last night's meeting that addressed budget approval, short term rentals and fireworks and then (36:07) Sean Higgins speaks with Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me panelists Alonzo Bodden and Negin Farsad who talk about their stand up comedy show tonight at the Eccles Theatre in SLC.
  • A new multi-use directional loop trail is under construction east of Park City. This will be the first time a local trail is being designed with electric mountain bikes in mind.
  • Lora Smith, Executive Director of Mountain Trails Foundation who joins to talk about the upcoming trail season. Now that the ski season has begun to wane, Summit and Wasatch County residents start thinking about biking, hiking and walking on the multitudes of trails in the Wasatch Back. Tune in to hear about new trail projects for this summer.
  • The Mountain Life for April 6, 2022. On today's show, Pete and Lynn's guests include: (01:31) Lora Smith, Executive Director of Mountain Trails Foundation who joins to talk about the upcoming trail season. Now that the ski season has begun to wane, Summit and Wasatch County residents start thinking about biking, hiking and walking on the multitudes of trails in the Wasatch Back. Tune in to hear about new trail projects for this summer.Then, (27:47) mental health counselor Dr. Christy Kane, who speaks to sell-out crowds about the mental health of individuals, families, and our communities as well as the neurological impact of trauma on the human brain. She invites listeners to the upcoming Find Your Voice Conference.
  • The area in Round Valley called the Land of Oz probably will not open for cross-country skiing this winter.
  • On today's Local News Hour:( 3:18) Mountain Trails Foundation weekly trails report with Executive Director Lora Smith( 5:53) Summit County Council Member…
  • On today's Local News Hour:( 2:55) Mountain Trails Foundation weekly report with Executive Director Lora Smith.( 5:11) Rick Brough's report on the Public…