National Trails Day is a great opportunity to get outside and give back to the trails that mean so much to you. Join us on June 6th as we work with Pacific Northwest Trail Association chapters, partners and trail maintaining organizations. Here are some of the events along the Pacific Northwest Trail.
Oroville Chapter of the Pacific Northwest Trail Association
The Oroville PNTA Chapter will be hosting a full day of National Trails Day events!
At 9:00 AM there will be a National Trails Day work party meeting at the Whistler Canyon Trailhead (Oroville, WA) to put in water bars and construct a switchback retaining rock wall on the PNT just east of the trailhead.
A bike ride will begin at 4:00 PM at the Oroville Pacific Northwest Trail Trailhead going to the Enloe Dam overview and back.
At the conclusion of the day there will be a BBQ potluck dinner and celebration at the Depot Museum in Oroville starting at 6:00 PM. The Oroville PNTA Chapter will be raffling off some items along with giving away National Trails Day goodies and would love to see you there!
For more information, visit the National Trails Day Website or contact Dave Tobey: [email protected].
Buckhorn Range Back Country Horsemen of Washington
The Buckhorn Range Back Country Horsemen of Washington (BCHW) will be teaming up with the PNTA for our annual National Trails Day clearing of the Larry Scott Trail located in Port Townsend, WA starting at 10:00 AM. Work will include moving gravel on horse trails between Mill Road and Jacob Miller Road as well as mowing and clipping brush. Meet at the Cape George Trailhead.
For more information, visit the National Trails Day website or contact Jeff Chapman: [email protected].
Skagit-Whatcom-Islands Trail Maintaining Organization
On National Trails Day SWITMO will be working in Deception Pass State Park building a connector trail. This 1000-foot long trail will parallel Highway 20 and will connect the Cranberry Lake parking lot with the former park entrance to the north. Meeting time will be 9:00 AM at the Cranberry Lake parking lot off of Highway 20. Lunch will be provided at noon at the Park Office grounds.
For more information, visit the SWITMO website or contact Joan Melcher: [email protected].
Montana Conservation Corps
Join Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) and local area partners as the perform various service projects in the Lone Pine State Park and Herron Park. Meet time will be 8:30 AM at the North Foy's Lake parking lot. A free BBQ and raffle finishes off the day.
For more information, visit the MCC website or contact Clifford Kipp: [email protected].
For more information on PNTA events, check out our Calendar of Events.