LRRT Work Party

Trail Day Details:

WRCMBA and the USFS is working together to fulfill a grant and work hours on the Lower Rogue River Trail. We have 500 hours to accomplish and we need your help! If you can carve out one Saturday a month for us, we will have an amazing mountain biking and hiking thoroughfare between Lobster Creek in Gold Beach and Agnes! This is a destination and gem of a trail and we need your help to fix it up!
Days: EVERY 3rd SATURDAY FEBRUARY THROUGH MAY
Stage Time: Meet at 8am ready to caravan, carpool, boat, etc. Details will be given at the meet up.
Where: Meet @ the Lobster Creek Bridge on the South side of Rogue River. (pavement side).
Bring: We will provide tools and hardhats. You are responsible to dress appropriately for the weather, wear sturdy boot, leather gloves, long-sleeves, eye protection/glasses, and bring plenty of water/snacks. Bring rain gear, if the weather looks grey.
More info: email info@wrcmba.com for any questions you may have.

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flag AnthonyDarling WRCMBA (Feb 17, 2018 at 21:52)
 We had 17 people in attendance and cleared the trail from lower end to slide cr. groomed the trail 0.5 miles up from trailhead.
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    • 2018-02-17 08:00:00 1969-12-31 17:00:00 America/Boise LRRT Work Party WRCMBA and the USFS is working together to fulfill a grant and work hours on the [L=https://www.trailforks.com/trails/lower-rogue-river-trail/] Lower Rogue River Trail[/L]. We have 500 hours to accomplish and we need your help! If you can carve out https://www.trailforks.com/event/1773/ Gold Beach Wild Rivers Coast Mountain Bicycling Association info@wrcmba.com
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Directions to lower-rogue-river-trail trailhead (42.495620, -124.209510)
12 miles
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5,037 ft
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-5,428 ft
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832 ft
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