Saturday, June 3, 2017

National Trails Day

In recognition of National Trails Day, I worked with the Southern Trail Crew on construction of McGill Creek Trail. The amount of work that has been done by this small crew in such rugged terrain is phenomenal; lots of rock work building steps, water crossings, and through boulder fields where the trail is all rock with no dirt to work with. Today we rerouted a section of trail around an eroded area and built rock steps. I also collected GPS data on the completed trail and learned that it is a straight line distance of about 1900 feet from their present location to McGill Creek Bridge site.

Don's photos 

Group photo along McGill Creek Trail

Map showing approximate length of trail to be built

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