TRACKS is a volunteer group dedicated to using, promoting, preserving, and protecting multi-use trails in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests of NE Arizona. It is authorized by the US Forest Service to support and assist the development, maintenance, and improvement of non-motorized trails, and to provide a resource for education, communication, and social interaction designed to enhance the enjoyment of outdoor experiences on the trails.


We continue to encourage TRACKS members and members of the public to enjoy our great White Mountains Trail System as individuals. Getting out of the house and onto a trail is a good way to promote physical and mental health. We all need to exercise reasonable caution as directed, including distancing and, if advised, safety equipment such as masks. We are all in this together. Stay healthy, safe, and use caution.

PLEASE NOTE: A spam email attempt is underway to solicit gift cards. The email is purportedly signed by TRACKS’ president Jim Snitzer. This is a scam. Please exercise caution when acting upon ANY email requesting donations—scammers are very good and their requests often look legitimate. Call to verify the sender before taking any action.

Thank you to ExtremeTerrain. TRACKS was the recipient of a grant used to purchase equipment including 4 heavy-duty trash grabbers, 4 trash pick up sticks, and 4 over-the-shoulder trash bags.
The equipment will be made available to other volunteer organizations for use in clean-ups along Hwy 260 and the area.
Our TRACKS crew is grateful for the equipment and ready to put it to work!