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 About SWIMBA:  Trail users of all kinds benefit from SWIMBA's contributions to the Avimor trail network.  To learn more or become a member,visit www.swimba.org







Birding at Avimor

 From early Spring through Autumn, we have hosted monthly bird walks, guided by local avid birders.  These bird walks are open to people of all ages and skill levels. 

Bird Walk Dates 2014:

March 22nd -  9:00 am

April 19th - 9:00 am

May 24th - 8:00 am

June 14th - 8:00 am

July 19th - 8:00 am

August 23rd - 9:00 am

September 20th - 9:00 am





Avimor Recreation Group  

 Take your pick: Mountain Bike Group, Trail Running Group, or Walking Group. Meet at the Town Lake. Wheels and feet will hit the dirt at 7:00 p.m. For more info, contact Chris or Rose Kreslin at crkreslins@gmail.com









Our earlier notice that Avimor trails are closed to everyone except hikers in light of winter conditions was posted in error, and we apologize for any confusion caused by our mistake. Avimor trails are open to the public for hiking, biking, and equestrian use, but we ask that you restrict your use to only the areas designated on our Winter Use Map. Winter use restrictions are necessary because the land surrounding the Avimor Development is important habitat for mule deer, elk, and migratory bird species. Winter can be an especially difficult time of year for these species, and their energy should be reserved for surviving the winter conditions, not avoiding recreational trail users. If you happen to see a herd of deer or elk while you're out on the trails, please quietly turn back and try not to disturb them.

Please do not use the trails when they are wet or muddy, and remember that a frozen trail in the morning will become a muddy trail in the afternoon when the heat from the sun melts the ice. Using trails when they are wet causes a great deal of damage, including erosion. Damaged trails ruin the recreational experience of other trail users; therefore, we ask you to be considerate of others by using the trails responsibly. 

We invite you to visit our Sales & Information Center to pick up a copy of the Winter Use Map. An electronic copy of the Winter-Use Trailmap is currently available on the "Trails" page of our website. Additionally, while hiking, you will notice that all trails are clearly posted with signs that designate the extent of the open trail system. Please stay within these boundaries and keep dogs on leash outside designated areas to limit human impacts on wintering wildlife species.

For more information on trails, please contact Avimor's Conservation Director, Charlie Baun, at (208) 921-0195, or speak with our Sales Specialists by calling (208) 939-0343.