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Colville National Forest, Salmo-Priest Wilderness

July 14 - July 21
Colville National Forest, Salmo-Priest Wilderness, 12641 Sullivan Lake Road, Metaline Falls, Washington 99153 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

The section of this trail that volunteers will be working on is an alternate route for the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail. This section of trail runs through the Salmo Priest Wilderness. We will be camping outside of the wilderness and hike about 3 miles to work each day. A fire reached this portion of trail in the summer of 2017 and there are about 100 trees down across the trail. This section will need to be logged out with…

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Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

July 14 - July 21
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, 107 N Lake Street, Leland, Michigan 49654 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

Trail Maintenance on North Manitou Island – The work will include hiking and clearing the 35 miles of wilderness trails on the island. Volunteers will work alongside Park Service employees to use traditional tools such as axe cross cut saw, and peavey to clear and brush the trails on the island. Volunteers may be expected to backcountry camp and hike up to 10 miles per day. In addition, transportation on the off the island requires a 1 hour boat ride…

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Bitterroot National Forest

July 16 - July 22
Bitterroot National Forest, Big Creek Trailhead, Victor, Montana 59840 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

Big Creek Canyon has long been a major thoroughfare and destination for Native American Indians, trappers, and mountain travelers in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. The trail threads through a beautiful glacier-carved canyon and provides a perfect backdrop for a wilderness experience. With basecamp at the beautiful Big Creek Lake, SBFC Staff, Interns and AHS Volunteers will use crosscuts and single-bit axes to clear this well-used trail around the lake to the famous Packbox Pass. Once this work is complete, the crew…

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Makoshika State Park

July 22 - July 28
Makoshika State Park, 1301 Snyder Av, Glendive, Montana 59330 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

Makoshika State Park is Montana's largest state park as it totals almost 12,000 acres in size. The park has 11 designated trails, visitor center, campground, archery range, pavilion for rent, and amphitheater that seats over 200 people. The park receives over 100,000 visitors a year and just recently won the USA Today Best Montana Attraction award. The park’s main storyline is dinosaurs. Over 10 different species of dinosaur fossils have been found in the park. The visitor center also has…

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Groton State Forest, Cross Vermont Trail

July 29 - August 4
Groton State Forest, Cross Vermont Trail, 1467 Boulder Beach R, Groton, Vermont 5046 United States
$195 - $330 1 ticket left

Help build the Cross Vermont Trail - a new four season multi-use path spanning the width of Vermont. We are "connecting communities, their schools, and the natural areas in between." The crew will build small bridges, drainage ditches, stone structures, and surface parts of the trail with gravel to make it universally accessible. Contribute to the foundation of a sustainable trail that is connecting communities across the entire state! This trip is hosted and crew led by the Cross Vermont…

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Bob Marshall Wilderness

August 4 - August 11
Bob Marshall Wilderness, 10 Hungry Horse Drive, Hungry Horse, Montana 59919 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

Join fellow Wilderness stewards for some good times in the legendary Bob Marshall Wilderness! Volunteers will meet AHS crew leader Saturday night in Hungry Horse and camp at the Ranger Station. The next morning you will meet the BMWF Crew Leader to caravan the hour drive to the trailhead. After sorting gear and supplies for the packer and shouldering your backpack, you will hike the 11 miles into camp. Base camp will be on the banks of the mighty Middle…

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Eagle Cap Wilderness, Wallowa–Whitman National Forest

August 4 - August 12
Eagle Cap Wilderness, Wallowa–Whitman National Forest, 88401 OR 82, Enterprise, Oregon 97828 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

Join our 2018 adventure in the Eagle Cap Wilderness near the headwaters of the East Eagle Creek and beneath the shoulders of Eagle Cap peak itself. We'll kick our trip off with a brief project overview at the Halfway, OR Ranger District office, followed by dinner out on the town. There are several lodging options in town, or you can pitch a tent at the Forest Service compound. Our base camp will be located at the junction of the East…

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Denali National Park and Preserve

August 5 - August 11
Denali National Park and Preserve, Riley Creek Campground, Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska 99755 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

The McKinley Bar Trail, near the end of the Denali Park Road, takes hikers from Wonder Lake to the McKinley River and the foothills of the Alaska Range. The 2-mile trail offers spectacular views of Denali and the Alaska Range and takes hikers through open tundra, spruce forest, and across several small streams. The work here is physical and rewarding! Trail workers will hike to the work site to perform maintenance duties that include replacing and installing new boardwalk, constructing…

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Eldorado National Forest

August 5 - August 11
Eldorado National Forest, Upper Blue Lakes Campground, Markleeville, California 96120 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

Volunteers will spend the week working on trails and campsites around the 4th of July lake.  Volunteers will be falling hazardous trees and installing sign posts at the designated campsites. Spur trails to the new campsites will  be established and decommissioned campsites will be restored. Volunteers will also do brushing and tread work on the Tahoe Yosemite trail. This will include installing water bars and checks. Trail reroutes may be necessary. Tools being used will include shovels, post hole diggers,…

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Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area

August 22 - August 28
Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area, 820 E 4th Ave, Big Timber, Montana 59011 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

The Boulder River drains the geographic heart of Montana's 944,000 acre Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area. A rugged dirt road that runs alongside it provides access to some of the wildest country in the entire wilderness, including the ghost town of Independence, the famed Lake Plateau, Silver Lake, and famous trout fishing. From our basecamp at Lake Kathleen, five miles up the E. Fork Trail, our group will do a wide variety of trailwork—improving and widening the existing trail, getting rid of…

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Golden Gate National Recreation Area

September 4 - September 9
Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Haypress Campground, Sausalito, California 94965 United States
$195 - $330 Sold out

Volunteers will help with coastal trail projects in Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties. Projects will include repairing trail tread and drainage systems, re-grading trails, cutting back encroaching vegetation along trail corridors, hauling heavy materials, and maintaining and reconstructing trail features such as staircases, fences, and boardwalks. Meet the Crew Leader for this trip.

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Punchbowl Falls Oregons Hood River Valley

September 9 - September 16
Punchbowl Falls Oregons Hood River Valley, 5630 Lost Lake Rd, Hood River, Oregon 97031 United States
$195 - $330 2 spots available

Punchbowl Falls County Park, located on the West Fork of the Hood River, near Dee, was acquired from a private timber company by the Western Rivers Conservancy just a few years ago, and finally came into public ownership in 2015 when Hood River County received a state grant to transfer the land from the conservancy. Trailkeepers of Oregon (TKO) has since been busy constructing a new loop trail geared toward families and casual hikers looking for an easy stroll with…

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Appalachian National Scenic Trail

September 16 - September 22
Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Katahdin Iron Works Rd, Brownville, Maine 4414 United States
$195 - $330 10 spots available

Come maintain the surveyed boundary lines of the corridor of National Park Service lands surrounding the Appalachian Trail!  Maintaining these boundaries helps to preserve the primitive experience that Appalachian Trail hikers seek and helps to protect this land from encroachments such as timber theft. Using survey maps and hand-held compasses, the crew will bushwhack along the surveyed boundaries of NPS lands while immersed in early fall foliage. Volunteers use hand-held saws and loppers to clear a line of site between…

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