It's that time of year where we show our local trails a little love. We are going to be doing some fine tuning to the bench cutting on a few sections of trail, putting in a board walk, as well as putting in a reroute out on Ox Bow Run. The WMMBA will have tools available, but if you could bring dirt shovels, steel rakes, and lopers that would be great. Be sure to wear work boots, long pants and long sleeve shirts, there is poison ivy out there. Sunscreen and bug spray are a must have too. We'll have some water but bringing your own is a good idea. Meet in the parking lot and then we'll head out from there. Pizza and fizzy beverages will be provided once the work is done.
Come out and meet some of the other folks who love our trails as much as you do.
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Trail Ridden Direction
The intended direction a trail should be ridden.
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Trails are compared with nearby trails in the same city region with a possible 25 colour shades.
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