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Date Thursday  8/15/2013
End Date Sunday  8/18/2013
Group State CMC
Event Title North Maroon Peak Trail Project #2 Volunteer
Start Time 10:00 AM
Status Approved
Member Price Free
Non-member Price Free
Available Participants 82
Type Trip
Trip Type Stewardship
Classification Moderate 
Trail Mileage 8
Elevation Gain 1500
Driving Distance


Maroon Bells, Aspen

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North Maroon Peak, August 15-18

Trail Work

Open to the public

Ages 18+


Meals provided

Carpool available from Golden

Trip Leader: TBD

Colorado Fourteeners Initiative will be working on rerouting the North Maroon Peak (14,014') trail and restoring the old trail corridor near the rock glacier. This work on vegetated lower slopes of this iconic peak in order to avoid extremely rare and fragile alpine tundra plants. Volunteers will be working at lower elevations and not doing technical climbing.The trail crew will hike into the basecamp on Aug 15th and hike out again on the 18th. CFI will provide all tools and trail crew leadership. CMC will provide a trip leader.The basecamp has a full backcountry kitchen set up, including a bear fence for food storage. The basecamp also includes a backcountry bathroom, in accordance with Leave No Trace guidelines.

Previous trail work experience is NOT required, but backpacking experience IS required. This project will require a short, but steep hike in and lifting and moving rocks. You must provide your own camping equipment. No dogs allowed. CMC Policy states that participants may not summit 14ers during the volunteer project.

An email with more details on the project and logistics is forthcoming (carpools, food, etc...)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 by the Colorado Mountain Club Foundation. The Foundation receives, administers and disburses funds for tax-exempt charitable, scientific, literary and educational purposes including, without limitation, to unite the energy, interests and knowledge of the students, explorers and lovers of the mountains of Colorado, to collect and disseminate information regarding the Rocky Mountains on behalf of science, literature, art and recreation, to stimulate public interest in mountain areas, and to encourage the preservation of forests, flowers, fauna and natural scenery.

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

We have special permission to have a group size of 12 in Wilderness.


Sorry it is past the registration deadline for this event.