Rock Work Advanced Skills Training will be offered the
weekend of July 25-26, 2015. This workshop will be open to all AMC
volunteers, regardless of program.
You will join experienced leaders to learn the
fundamentals of safely moving rock, trail stabilization and treadway
protection. We plan to do some trail
work off the Mount Washington Auto Road (weather permitting).
Depending on the weather we will decide upon the appropriate location
for the training session which will be held rain or shine. Lower on the mountain, rock work done in the
1970's could use rebuilding to improve the treadway and drainage on the Madison
Gulf Trail as it approaches Lowe's Bald Spot.
Tools, hardhats and all the equipment will be available. Bring work boots, gloves and appropriate
Meet Saturday morning at 8:00am at Camp Dodge for Safety
discussion and briefing on the work.
Breakfast and Trail Lunches available.
We will drive up the Auto Road to the work site and
return for the BBQ by 3-4:00pm. Overnight accommodations and meals are available at Camp Dodge,
during this 2-day Rock Work Session.
To register, please contact Brendan Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org
for a registration packet.
Adopt-A-Trail program needs your help to fill a void of backlogged trailwork –
all while enjoying stunning vistas from the alpine zone on Mt. Washington!
Labels: North Country Trails Stewardship, Trail Work, White Mountains