Welcome to SUTA
Siskiyou Upland Trails Association
SUTA’s mission is to create a community trail system across the Siskiyou upland ridges linking the existing trail systems of Ashland and Jacksonville. Running above the western side of Southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley, our Jack-Ash trail will provide a permanent recreational resource for our local community while protecting our natural resources into the future. It will also provide an additional draw to visitors to our region.
Where is the Jack-Ash trail?
Our community trail system currently includes the Sterling Mine Ditch Trail – an historic and state-scenic trail with seven trail heads totaling about 26 miles and Phase I of the Jack-Ash Trail, with four trail heads, totaling 15 miles. These trails are open for equestrians, hikers, runners, and bicyclists.
Planning & Building the Jack-Ash Trail System – A Quick Overview
Many hands make light work! Successfully developing a new trail system takes a big community commitment. We would love your help out on the trails as a volunteer.
SUTA is a volunteer organization and relies on donations from users like you to create and maintain the community trail system we all enjoy.