National Trails Day Work Project Details:
Where to meet: Bogart Park, 9am
What: West Shore Hyalite Reservoir with the US Forest Service, Wilderness Recreation Partners, and the Dirt Concern.
Bridger Ski Foundation is partnering with these groups to enhance the trails we built or improved for skiing last fall to make them nicer for summer use.
Duration of Work: 6 hours including drive time. We will complete work by 3pm for BBQ /Picnic at Hyalite Pavilion. If you can’t spare this much time, we’ll gladly take whatever time you have to help.
Distance: Up to 4 miles. We will split up into work crews and drop some people at Window Rock to work back toward the dam.
Difficulty Level: Moderate to Strenuous
Sponsoring Organizations: Wilderness and Recreation Partnership, Bridger Ski Foundation, Dirt Concern of Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club, Gallatin Valley Land Trust, and US Forest Service
What to bring: A smile and a friend, clothing appropriate for the weather, sturdy shoes or boots, work gloves, a shovel or rake (some tools will be available to borrow), water, a snack, sunscreen, a camera.
If you have questions, you can contact Hal Stanley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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