This Saturday is National Trails Day. If you’re lucky enough to live in a place with trails, which here in the Wasatch we certainly are, this is your chance to get out and support your local trails and builders while increasing your micro-biome and mingling with other riders. Get involved by participating in one of the events listed below. No trails where you live? Then go build some… you dig?
Too busy to donate time? We understand. How about kicking in $10 instead toward your local trail group instead? Links to donate below.
National Trails Day – June 4, 2016 Events
South Summit Trails Foundation
Come out and help us improve Shingle Creek Trail. National Trail Day – June 4th. Meet at the Kamas Ranger Office at 8:00am or come to the Shingle Creek Trailhead anytime after that. We will be done by 1:00pm. Tools will be provided by the Forest Service. Wear long pants and sleeves, closed toed shoes and work gloves.
Wasatch Trails Alliance
Wasatch Trails Alliance and the Wasatch Mountain State Park are hosting our first of the season Trail Work Day at Dutch Hollow, Midway, UT starting at 9:00 am. Meet at Dutch Hollow, Midway UT lower parking lot to work on cleaning up the trails to get them ready for summer hiking and biking! Volunteers will be present with trail maps, and shovels. Please bring gloves, water in a reusable water bottle and snacks. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning on coming. Additional Details >
Mountain Trails Foundation
Save the date… event details coming soon. Head over to the Mountain Trails Facebook page for updates.
Join Basin Recreation on Saturday, June 4th from 8:30am to noon for National Trails Day. Volunteers will assist in constructing nearly 1/4 mile of new hiking trail in the popular Run-A-Muk off-leash trail system. Meet at the Run-A-Muk trailhead for coffee, juice, and bagels. Bring work gloves, hiking boots, sunscreen, and a water bottle; we’ll provide the tools. Heavy equipment will be in the area so please leave your dogs at home. Event Details >
Have a trail or dig day event of your own? Send us a note.