In 2010, a small group of people came together to address a big problem in Idaho’s backcountry. Many trails had become impassable due to lack of maintenance and were at risk of being closed forever. Access to public lands was diminishing as trails disappeared. The group met to maintain a trail in the Payette National Forest near McCall. After a day of working hard and meeting new friends, everyone decided this was a fun way to make an impact. What began as a tiny seed over ten years ago grew into a movement of people passionate about protecting trails for future generations.