May 13 - August 5, 2018

Trail Stewardship 2018

Foresthill

Tahoe National Forest, CA Trail Work May 13, Trail Work Jun 9/10, Trail Work Aug 4/5

This Event Took Place Sun. Aug 5, 2018

Trail Stewardship 2018

In conjunction with USFS American River District, we are pleased to offer 3 weekends and 5 days for the chance to give back to the trails and fulfill volunteer requirements in the Tahoe National Forest. You may sign up for 1 or both days and camp, run, explore remote wilderness of the Sierras. Final details will be sent when confirmed as weather could play a role. All volunteers will receive a shirt and early entry to Canyons Endurance Runs 2019. If you can't make these dates, there are more with WS trail work at www.wstrail.org.

Beacroft Trail

Sunday May 13 work is on the Beacroft Trail. We will meet in front Old Foresthill Elementary School in Foresthill at 7:45 to carpool out to the trailhead about 16 miles East on Foresthill Road. We will return around 3pm. Required items are: Boots, pants, long sleeve shirt, and gloves. We will provide safety helmets and glasses. Boots are required footwear, and running shoes are not acceptable. Volunteers without proper footwear will not be allowed to participate, per USFS regulations. Lunch and water is NOT provided, and must be brought out in the field by each volunteer. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Picayune Valley - Talbot Campout

For June 9/10, we will camp at the Talbot campground about 7 miles past French Meadows Reservoir on French Meadows Rd due to the remote location in Granite Chief Wilderness. You may work either day and run the other, come for one day, or work both and run after work. We will provide dinner and water each day. More details will be emailed once finalized with USFS. Required items are: Boots, pants, long sleeve shirt, and gloves. We will provide safety helmets and glasses. Boots are required footwear, and running shoes are not acceptable. Volunteers without proper footwear will not be allowed to participate, per USFS regulations. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Granite Chief Wilderness

For August 4/5 the plan is to stay at Spike Camp and work in Picayune Valley. We will backpack in 6.5 miles to camp with gear and food. You could camp at Talbot and hike in each day as well. This is a great opportunity to experience the Western States Trail, camp in Picayune, work in Granite Chief wilderness and view prehistoric petroglyphs.You may work either day and run the other, come for one day, or work both and run after work. We will provide dinner and water each day. More details will be emailed once finalized with USFS. Required items are: Boots, pants, long sleeve shirt, and gloves. We will provide safety helmets and glasses. Boots are required footwear, and running shoes are not acceptable. Volunteers without proper footwear will not be allowed to participate, per USFS regulations. We apologize for any inconvenience.

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