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Date Saturday  4/27/2013
End Date Sunday  4/28/2013
Group State CMC
Event Title Midland Hills Trail Work & Restoration Volunteer
Start Time 10:00 AM
Status Approved
Leader Lisa Cashel
Member Price Free
Non-member Price Free
Available Participants 5
Type Trip
Trip Type Stewardship
Pace
Classification Easy 
Trail Mileage 2
Elevation Gain 0
Driving Distance

Location

Buena Vista

For more info Contact

Lisa Cashel
stewardship@cmc.org
303-996-2764


Details

Midland Hills, April 27-28

Trail construction & restoration

Open to the public

Ages 12+

Overnight camping provided - Shared Cabins at adjacent KOA

Meals provided: Sat dinner, Sun breakfast, Sun lunch

Carpool available from Golden & Colorado Springs


The CMC has partnered with the Bureau of Land Management to improve the Midland Hills trail system at the Collegiate Peaks Overlook. We will be joined by volunteers from local mountain bike and hiking clubs. Volunteers will help build new trails and assist with restoration of the area. 

This project is an excellent opportunity to expose adults and youth alike to recreation opportunities in the area, responsible recreation practices, and management of public lands. In the long term this project aids in developing sustainable high quality trail opportunities that connect with the town of Buena Vista. No previous trail work experience needed!


An email with more details on the project and logistics is forthcoming. If you need to cancel, please let us know well in advance. This is critical to the success of our project and helps us plan for food, gear, etc.


This project is funded in part by the Roundup Riders of the Rockies. The Roundup Riders of the Rockies Heritage and Trails Foundation is an independent organization providing support for trail construction and maintenance in Colorado and Wyoming. The project is also funded in part by the BLM's Take It Outside grant initiative. The Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM’s) "Take It Outside" program promotes and supports outdoor activities and experiences of children on the public lands. The program strives to improve the health of our nation's children, families, and communities, while at the same time developing the next generation of public land stewards.



If you are a CMC member, it is recommended that you log in to register.




Notes



Sorry it is past the registration deadline for this event.