Growlers Mega-Build
Trail Day Details:

The annual Mega-Build at Growlers is scheduled for Saturday, December 17th in Castle Rock, WA.

The logging that was done during the past year fragmented the system. The goal of this work party is to put things back together and add a new section.

You will be able to drive in to points very close to where your crew will be working. All details regarding tools will be forthcoming. For now, plan on bringing long-handled loppers or a handsaw.

You can ride in if you are certain you know where your crew will be working. Keep in mind, however, that if the weather sucks, driving will mean that you can wear heavy boots, work gloves, and a big coat.

There’s a rumor we may have a party after the build. Stay tuned for details.

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