• Date
    Saturday April 27, 2019 at
    8:30am to 3:30pm EDT
    past event
  • Type
    Trail Day
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    High Point, North Carolina United States
    407 West Parris Avenue, High Point, NC, US, 27262
  • Email
    advocacy@piedmontfattire.org
  • Website
  • Registration
    Open Free
Rich Fork Big Dig 11 Trail Workday
Trail Day Details:

Please come out for this important workday for the new Rich Fork trail

WHAT: BUILDING SWEET NEW SINGLE TRACK. WE HAVE A LOT OF TRAIL ROUGHED IN AND NEED A LOT OF VOLUNTEERS TO HELP DO FINISHING WORK. BRING A FRIEND!

PLEASE RSVP WITH EVENTBRITE TO QUALIFY FOR FUTURE $100 LBS PRIZE DRAWING.

Where:

407 West Parris Avenue

High Point, North Carolina 27262

At the end of the street, you will see a gravel driveway with a "No Trespassing" sign. (The Preserve is not yet open to the public, only for our workdays. Go in the drive and take the fork to the left. The parking area is at the top of the hill.

All attendees will need to sign a waiver before working.

When: Workday starts at 8:30 AM. Can't make it in the morning come out any time during the day to help. Just send an email to advocacy@piedmontfattire.org in advance so we can coordinate your being able to meet up with us.

Lunch: Will be provided for all registered participants. It is sponsored by Bicycle Toy & Hobby and University Pizza.

Requirements:

Good physical health

Recommended:

Work or hiking boots (sturdy shoes required).

Work gloves

Long pants

Bug Spray

Please bring water and a snack.



FAQ’s:

What tools do I need to bring?

You can bring loppers, garden or leaf rake, rogue hoe, or long-handled shovel if you have one. We will also have tools available for all registered volunteers.

Will it be canceled because of the weather?

Most of the time prior rain does not cause a problem. If the forecast looks very bad or creates a potential safety risk we will cancel the event. Check your email the day of the event. We send a blast e-mail to all registered participants.

I can only stay for two hours - is that okay?

Sure!

I can’t make this workday are there any opportunities to help on a weekday?

Yes, we will have various smaller weekday workday's. If you are interested in helping during the week send an e-mail to advocacy@piedmontfattire.org

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