TRACKS is a volunteer group dedicated to using, promoting, preserving, and protecting multi-use trails in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests of northeastern Arizona. It is authorized by the US Forest Service to support and assist in 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.
TRACKS volunteers are the stewards of the White Mountain Trail System—dedicated, caring people who want to preserve the very reason they chose the White Mountain region to call home: a love of nature and outdoor experience.
With a current roster of about 650 volunteers, TRACKS is the heart of regional trail development and usage. The WMTS is still evolving and currently represents more than 200 miles of trails currently in use and more planned for the future.