Active logging operations will be ongoing on B-line for the next few months. Please stay off this trail as mtn biking around tree falling and yarding may be hazardous to your health.
All are welcome to join in on Cloverpatch Connector Trail Building Days. We are excited to work on this amazing project that will complete the ATCA trail, a 25-mile route that showcases some of the best scenery in the area.
Meet-up at the Lowell Covered Bridge at 9. Next build day is May 28th, and more build days are scheduled for the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month, so mark your calendars and bring your friends and family along for a fun day in the outdoors. Wear appropriate gear for working in the woods, including sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves, hardhat and raingear. Bring some food and water to get you through the day. We’ll be working on building tread, clearing trail corridors, and constructing important trail features like bridges, switchbacks, and cribwalls.
No experience is necessary, and all tools and equipment will be provided. Just bring your enthusiasm and a willingness to learn, and we’ll take care of the rest. We can’t wait to see you there and make some progress on this epic trail-building project!
Trailwork-Sat. Feb 11
All are welcome to join a trail work party for the new Cloverpatch Connector trail this Saturday. We’re setting aside the bridgework for the moment and focused on building the trail out to a second big bridge site and can use as many hands as possible.
We meet up at the Lowell Covered Bridge at 9:00am and drive to the work-site from there. Or if you live in Oakridge, you can meet us at the quarry near the bottom of Cloverpatch Trail off of road 5826.
We will be building new trail in rugged country on steep side slopes. Wear appropriate gear for working in the woods in winter, including sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves, hardhat and extra layers of clothing. Tools and hardhats will be supplied if needed. Bring some food and water to get you through the day.
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