Vols needed to repair wind damaged trails | SummitDaily.com

Vols needed to repair wind damaged trails


Friends of the Eagles Nest Wildernest is looking for volunteers to help work on our Gateways to the Wilderness Project. With the recent wind event, we have tremendous amounts of downed timber blocking many of our local trails. We need help clearing downed timber (particularly on the Mesa Cortina trail), installing signage and cleaning up our local trails. Please join us on Satruday, June 23 at 8 a.m. at the Dillon Ranger Station in Silverthorne on Highway 9 just north of I-70. We will provide a light breakfast of coffee and bagels, etc. as well as a tailgate party at the end of the day.Volunteers should come prepared for a day on the trails with lunch, rain gear, gloves and some extra clothing.Friends of the Eagles Nest is a community based 501c3 organization that focuses on local Wilderness issues and trail maintanence. Please RSVP to Jonathan Kriegel at (970) 262-2399, jonathankriegel@comcast.net, or rsvp@fenw.org.

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