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Date Tuesday  8/7/2018
End Date Friday  8/10/2018
Group State CMC
Event Title Continental Divide Trail Wolf Creek Pass - Trail Maintenance & Restoration
Start Time 8:00 AM
Status Approved
Leader Brinkley Messick
Member Price Free
Non-member Price Free
Available Participants 8
Type Trip
Trip Type Stewardship
Classification Moderate 
Trail Mileage 5
Elevation Gain
Driving Distance


We will be working on the CDNST near Wolf Creek Pass in between Southfork and Pagosa Springs. 

The Lobo Overlook, where we will meet and camp, is above Wolf Creek Pass and provides very easy access to the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail making it very popular for everything from short day hikes, weekend backpacks, and of course CDNST through hikers.

Lobo is accessed via an unpaved road but is apropriate for most two wheel drive passenger vehicles. 

Both the camp and worksites will be above 10,000'


For more info Contact

This project is managed by CMC's Rio Grande National Forest Stewardship Crew please contact at with any questions about this service oportunity


All Food, tools, and leadership provided by the CMC Stewardship Crew. No previous experience necessary, this is a great opportunity to learn the basics of trail work. 

The campsite is drive to and requires no backpacking or hiking. Our worksites will be both just outside and with in the boundaries of Colorado's largest Wilderness Area, the Weminuche and require a 1 to 3 mile hike each day. Both camp and worksites are above 10'000'.

Tasks include: Cutting out down trees and other obstructions, improving the trails capacity to drain water, water bar and check dam construction, and social trail restoration.

If you are not availible for the duration of this service project, please let us know which days you plan on attending when you sign up. 

Please come prepared with:

  • Personal camping equipment(tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, etc)

  • Day pack

  • Water bottles or reservoir of at least 3 liter capacity

  • Water

  • Snacks

  • Rain gear

  • Long pants(required for work)

  • Hiking or work boots, or sturdy closed toed shoes.

  • Additional changes of clothes 

  • Work gloves

  • Warm layers

  • Sunglasses or safety glasses

  • Headlamp

This trip involves volunteer stewardship work with CMC's Stewardship Crew and public land managers. To learn more about the CMC stewardship team visit



Sorry it is past the registration deadline for this event.