KCTS is built on strong community support from people who are passionate about the trails in our network. One of the best things you can do to KCTS keep these trails in great shape (besides joining as a member) is reporting any trail concerns you see.
What does that mean? If you spot a downed tree that can't be moved without the support of a chainsaw, or encounter major drainage issues that can't be fixed with a stick and your own effort, we would love to know about it.
The most efficient way to report a trail concern is to report it on the Trailforks app. This allows you to geo-tag the exact location of the issue on the trail, describe what the problem is and add an optional photo so we know what kind of resources we need to allocate to the problem. We check Trailforks frequently during our operating season, May 1–end of October, so you can be sure we'll address the issue quickly.
Never submitted a trail report on Trailforks? No sweat. We created a handy tutorial on how to do that through the Trailforks app on your phone.
Don't have Trailforks? You can still email us at email@example.com. Please be sure to include the name of the trail, approximately where it's at on the trail, a description of the issue and an optional photo.
Thanks to all our trail users who are our eyes and ears on the trail!
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