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August 2019

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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Hungry Mother State Park

September 22 - September 28
Hungry Mother State Park, 2854 Park BoulevaRoad, Marion, Virginia 24354 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

We will be hand building a section of new trail which will eventually wind its way over and meet up with Clyburn Ridge Loop Trail. The trail will be laid out on an old road bed and then will meander through a steeply forested area along ridges and sideslopes. All work will be done by hand, no mechanized labor will be used. Depending on length of trail laid, there will be a possibility of crew assisting with laying out and…

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Adirondack Park

September 29 - October 5
Adirondack Park, 126 Camp Dudley Road, Westport, New York 12993 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

Volunteers will spend the week on a variety of trail projects on several different trails, including clearing and making new trails, building bridges and boardwalks, doing side-cuts, putting up signs, and if needed, installing water bars.

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October 2019

Cumberland Trail State Park

October 6 - October 12
Cumberland Trail State Park, 409 Thurman Ave, Crossville, Tennessee 38555 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 12 spots available

Volunteers will be building trail in moderate to steep terrain to extend the footpath of the Cumberland Trail in East Tennessee. The Cumberland Trail State Scenic Trail (CTSST) is a backcountry hiking trail that extends from a northern terminus at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park across eleven Tennessee counties along the Cumberland Plateau, to a southern terminus at Signal Point, part of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park in Signal Mountain, Tennessee. Of 322+ planned miles of trail, over 215…

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Inks Dam National Fish Hatchery

October 20 - October 26
Inks Dam National Fish Hatchery, 345 Clay Young Road, Burnet, Texas 78611 United States + Google Map
$225 - $350 Sold out

This will be a new trail developed at Inks Dam National Fish, a facility in Highland Lakes area of central Texas. The facility is located along the Colorado River (of Texas) directly below Inks Lake and at the northern end of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson. The trail would be built along the Colorado River following the shore to allow greater recreational usage of facility. The development of this trail will allow greater access to the river that is underutilized by…

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Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge

October 27 - November 2
Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge, 601 FM 1011, Liberty, Texas 77575 United States + Google Map
$195 - $350 Sold out

Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge is situated in a bottomland hardwood forest. Volunteers will be working on trail maintenance on the Knobby Knees and Great Egret Ridge Trails. These trails offer scenic views of symphonies of knobby knees peeking through the silent, still waters of the backwood swamps, Spanish moss hanging overhead in the bald cypress trees, and, if one is quiet enough, alligators and other fauna peering back from the waters below Palmer Bayou Boardwalk. While the trails in…

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