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Trail Work Schedule

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Schedule for 2016

Date

Time

Location

Sat Nov 26

9 am

North Vancouver meet at small parking on Lillooet Road near LSCR gate just past the cemetery.

Sat Mar 12

9 am

North Vancouver meet at Hyannis Drive near Baden-Powell trail at 9 am.

Sat June 4

9 am

North Vancouver. Location is at parking lot on LIllooet Road near LSCR gate just past the cemetery.

Sun June 5

9 am

Skagit Bluffs Trail in Manning Park. Meet at Cascade parking lot on Hwy 3. See Fat Dog Trail Work section.

Sun June 12

9 am

Manning Park. Location to be announced. See Fat Dog Trail Work section. .

Sun July 3

9 am

Skyline ll Trail in Skagit. Meet at Skyline parking lot on Silver Skagit Road. See Fat Dog Trail Work section. .

Sun July 10

9 am

Skyline ll Trail from Strawberry Flats. See Fat Dog Trail Work section.

Sun July 17

9 am

Calcite Aid Stn down to river. Meet at Manning Park Lodge parking lot near telephone booth. See Fat Dog Trail Work section. .

Sun July 24

9 am

Skagit River Trail. Meet at Sumallo Grove parking lot at Highway 3. See Fat Dog Trail Work section.

Sun July 24

9:30 am

Sky Junction. Move water to aid station location at Sky Junction. Meet at Strawberry Flats parking lot in Manning Park (when driving down to Lightning Lake, at Y-junction, keep right up hill). Contact us for directions.

Sat July 30

9 am

Trapper Lake Trail near Keremeos. See Fat Dog Trail Work section.

Sat Nov 26

9 am

North Vancouver meet at small parking on Lillooet Road near LSCR gate just past the cemetery

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Trail Maintenance FAQ

What Do I Need to Bring to Trail Work Days?
Old clothes, gear for weather, work gloves if you have them, water, snack.

What is Trail Maintenance?
When we run trails, we are spending time in nature’s living room. Even though the trails are groomed by the parks and land owners, it is our responsibility to help keep them as natural and undisturbed as possible. Trail maintenance involves everything from keeping the trail clean to rebuilding bridges. Maintenance occurs on a casual and organized basis; as a runner, you can contribute to both.

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