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June 2019

Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

June 16 - June 22
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Skilak Lake Road, Cooper Landing, Alaska 99572 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

Project work will occur on Skilak Lookout Trail (2 miles), located within the Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area. Work will include routine brushing of the trail corridor as well as 1-2 enhancement/construction projects. Projects may include 1) constructing short trail re-routes, switchbacks or climbing turns, 2) construction of rock or timber stairs and/or 3) construction and/or rehabilitation of erosion control or drainage structures.

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July 2019

Custer Gallatin National Forest

July 7 - July 13
Custer Gallatin National Forest, 620 HWY 212, Cooke City, Montana 59020 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

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 such as turnpikes or puncheons.…

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Dolly Sods Wilderness, Monongahela National Forest

July 21 - July 27
Monongahela National Forest, 2499 North Fork Hwy, Petersburg, West Virginia 26847 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

Dolly Sods Wilderness is a gem of the Monongahela National Forest. Although we do not have accurate visitation estimates, it can be confidently said that Dolly Sods is one of the most visited Wilderness areas in the Eastern United States. For all the media attention these trails get, they do not receive as much support for maintenance. This project helps to remedy that by consisting of multiple small projects all geared toward making the trails more sustainable. Work may include…

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August 2019

Eagle Cap Wilderness

August 3 - August 11
Eagle Cap Wilderness, 88401 Highway 82, Enterprise, Oregon 97828 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

We'll kick our trip off with a brief project overview at the Forest Service Barn in Enterprise, followed by dinner at a local brew pub. There are several lodging options in town, or you can pitch a tent at the Forest Service compound. Our base camp will be located on Huckleberry Mountain; work sites will include locations on those parts of trails 1667, 1689 and 1665 that primarily access McCubbin Basin and the headwaters of Goat Creek. Our goal for…

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Groton State Forest, Cross Vermont Trail

August 4 - August 10
Groton State Forest, Cross Vermont Trail, 1467 Boulder Beach R, Groton, Vermont 05046 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

Help build the Cross Vermont Trail - a four season multi-use trail 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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Bitterroot National Forest

August 4 - August 10
Bitterroot National Forest, Big Creek Trailhead and Picnic Area, Victor, Montana 59875 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 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 will work on clearing the South Fork…

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Bob Marshall Wilderness

August 10 - August 18
Bob Marshall Wilderness, Forbidde Ln., Condon, Montana 59826 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

Come join fellow stewards in working in the most pristine Wilderness areas in the lower 48. The Iconic Bob Marshall Wilderness is the crown jewel of the Rocky Mountains. And all good things are worth some effort! The same goes for the hike into base camp for this project. The hike begins at Owl Creek trailhead and hikes up, up, and over pendant pass, on the Swan Crest. After the pass, it's downhill to basecamp near Pendant camp. This remote…

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Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness

August 20 - August 28
Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, 403 Boulder St, Big Timber, Montana 59011 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

The A-B Wilderness Foundation invites you to spend a week with us camping out in the backcountry and working on various projects benefiting the trails in the heart of the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area of Montana. Far up the Boulder River which bisects the Absaroka and Beartooth ranges we will work on a network of trails rising out of the Fourmile Creek area. The Fourmile and Meatrack trails that lead up to Silver Pass and Silver Lake branch out from the…

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Golden Gate National Recreation Area

August 20 - August 25
Golden Gate National Recreation Area, 730 Panoramic Highway, Mill Valley, California 94941 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

Volunteer 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.

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September 2019

Appalachian Trail

September 15 - September 21
Appalachian Trail, Katahdin Iron Works Road, Brownville, Maine 04414 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 15 spots available

Volunteers will be maintaining the surveyed boundary lines of the corridor of National Park Service lands the Appalachian Trail traverses. Maintaining the boundaries of public land along the Trail helps preserve the primitive experience that Appalachian Trail hikers seek Using survey maps and hand-held compasses, the crew will maintain the boundaries of NPS lands immersed in early fall foliage. Work involves bushwhacking along the boundary and using hand-held saws and loppers to clear a line of site between survey markers…

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