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July 2020

Custer Gallatin National Forest

July 12 - July 18
Custer Gallatin National Forest, 620 HWY 212, Cooke City, Montana 59020 United States + Google Map
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PROJECT CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19: This project consists of general trail clearing and maintenance on trails in the Clark's Fork River drainage and the Beartooth Plateau on the Custer Gallatin National Forest in the Cooke City, MT area. Trail clearing and maintenance includes clearing downed trees across trails, cleaning of water bars, and removing trailside brush using primitive tools such as crosscut saws, axes, shovels, pulaski's, and loppers. Maintenance may also include some work repairing or installing new trail structures…

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Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Superior National Forest

July 19 - July 25
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Superior National Forest, 2020 W. Hwy 61, Grand Marais, MN 55064 United States + Google Map
5 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19:   Be a part of the stewardship legacy of the first long-distance wilderness hiking and backpacking trail in Minnesota! The Border Route Trail is a rugged 65-mile-long hiking trail that traverses the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) in the far northeast corner of Minnesota and follows the international border between Minnesota and Ontario. The trail follows ridgelines wherever feasible, offering expansive views across the BWCAW and Canada. It is rugged and primitive in nature,…

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Monongahela National Forest, Canaan Mountain Backcountry

July 19 - July 25
Monongahela National Forest, Canaan Mountain Backcountry, 2499 North Fork Highway, Petersburg, WV 26847 United States + Google Map
6 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19:   Canaan Mountain Backcountry is located on a high elevation plateau ranging in elevations from 3,100 to 4,145 feet. This is a semi-primitive area that includes many seasonally wet places. Poor drainage from trail surfaces, dense rhododendron thickets, and broken bog crossing structure have diminished the quality of recreation opportunities in the area. This trail section currently doesn't receive much day to day use due to present conditions, making this a severely underutilized trail that…

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Muddy Mountain Environmental Education Area

July 19 - July 25
Muddy Mountain Environmental Education Area, 2987 Prospector Dr., Casper, Wyoming 82604 United States + Google Map
8 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19:   Camp on the high plains of central Wyoming. Enjoy the wild west frontier and see what the pioneers of the great American westward expansion saw almost 200 years ago. The Interpretive Natural Trail is a National Recreation Trail and is handicap accessible. In order to maintain this accessibility, trail maintenance must be performed annually including the addition of new gravel/ trail base. Accommodations will be located at the work site, at the Lodgepole Campground…

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August 2020

Bitterroot National Forest

August 2 - August 8
Bitterroot National Forest, Big Creek Trailhead, Victor, Montana 59875 United States + Google Map
9 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19:   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…

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Groton State Forest

August 2 - August 8
Groton State Forest, 1467 Boulder Beach Rd, Groton, Vermont 5046 United States + Google Map
10 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED due to COVID-19:   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!

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San Juan Islands National Monument

August 2 - August 8
San Juan Islands National Monument, 148 Odlin Park Road, Lopez Island, Washington 98261 United States + Google Map
7 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED due to COVID-19:   Volunteers will perform trail maintenance, noxious weeds eradication and recreation site maintenance. The crew will be transported to and from base camp to the work areas via carpools and or boat with minimal hiking involved. Dependent on the weather, projects may be performed on outer islands. Volunteers will be engaged with a handful of other agency representatives in the San Juan Islands and also working outside of Bureau of Land Management lands. It takes…

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Norskedalen Nature and Heritage Center

August 9 - August 15
Norskedalen Nature & Heritage Center, N455 O. Ophus Road, Coon Valley, Wisconsin 54623 United States + Google Map
8 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19:   After three major floods in a two year time frame, resources that would normally go into trail maintenance have gone into flood clean-up. The Goat Loop Trail and Stry Wold Trail have almost completely naturalized as a result. Help with clearing these two trails, potentially re-routing trails so that hikers no longer get lost in these beautiful spots, will be a priority. Working on the trails surrounding the Poplar Creek will be another priority.…

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The Long Trail/Appalachian Trail

August 9 - August 15
The Long Trail/Appalachian Trail, Mt. Tabor, VT 05739 United States + Google Map
7 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED due to COVID-19:   Located on the Long Trail/Appalachian Trail in Southern, VT, Stratton Pond is the most popular overnight backcountry site on the Long Trail. Stratton Pond is a destination for day hikers and the weekend backpacker and the pond has a long and storied history in Vermont trail development. It's deep in the woods, approximately 10 miles from a major road crossing, and hikers frequently stop for a swim and to eat lunch while enjoying the…

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Mount Mitchell State Park

August 16 - August 22
Mount Mitchell State Park, 2388 NC 128, Burnsville, North Carolina 28714 United States + Google Map
11 spots available Register

TRIP CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19: Volunteers will be rehabilitating one of the most popular trails in the park. The Old Mount Mitchell Trail leads to the summit of the highest peak East of the Mississippi. Volunteers will perform tread work including side-hilling, building new steps and waterbars and other water diversion structures. Some rock work will be involved. Tools will be provided including hazel hoes, Pulaskis, rock tools, etc. We will also provide safety equipment and detailed instruction in the…

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