ONE STEP AT A TIME

Stewardship Event!! CCC Trail

  • 21 Apr 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Middle Fork Trailhead, Middle Fork Snowqualmie Road (Forest Road 56)
  • 3

Registration

STEWARDSHIP

CCC TRAIL - Middle Fork Trailhead  830 A.M. 

Friends don't miss out on an opportunity to be of service along the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River.

Open to GCC students only.  

The full day will consist of trail work and other laborious activity with the WTA.  They will provide the equipment and we will provide the people.  Please plan accordingly and arrive before 830 A.M. to check in with your primary leader.  

Primary Leader: Andy Olson The Third 425-780-8198 Nancy Bodkin 425-446-1556

Directions:

From Seattle, drive east on I-90 to exit 34 (Edgewick Road). Turn left (north) onto 468th Street and follow it to the junction with the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Road (Forest Road 56). Turn right and continue up the Middle Fork Snoqualmie Road for 11.8 miles to the Middle Fork trailhead parking area on the right. 

https://www.wta.org/volunteer/schedule/workparty/a2mA0000000Q5Tg/

Overview

The torrential downpours of late have left the CCC Road Trail in dire need of help. Join us to spruce up this well-loved Middle Fork trail in preparation for the Spring season.

About the Area

The CCC Road was built in the 1930's and used to run from the Mt Si Road to the Taylor River Bridge. In the 1960's it was abandoned when the current Middle Fork Road was built. It is currently a trail that provides great loop opportunities for users of the Middle Fork Valley.

What to Expect

We'll have fun, work hard and make a difference! No experience is necessary.

Project Description

We will be addressing annual maintenance needs on this trail, including cleanup from the winter storms and repair of a slumping bridge approach.

Hiking Information

Our hike to the project site is expected to be 1-3 miles over flat or gently rolling terrain.

Schedule

  • 8:30 AM: Be ready to sign in and meet the crew, rain or shine
  • 8:35 AM: Gather for a safety briefing, then hike to the project site
  • Morning: Work at your own pace, and take breaks throughout the day
  • 12:00 PM: Lunch on the trail
  • Afternoon: Consider trying a new task before wrapping up the day's work
  • 3:30 PM: Sign out after enjoying refreshments at the trailhead

For safety reasons, arriving late or leaving early is not allowed.

Planning Information

Get ready for a great day outside!

What it Takes to Do This Work Party

  • No experience is necessary—just bring a great attitude for working with a team! WTA provides the training and tools you need
  • Expect to be physically active at your own pace for up to 6 hours on uneven terrain
  • Recommended for ages 10 and older; under 14 must be accompanied by an adult and a parental consent form must be signed for anyone under 18

What to Wear

  • Boots
  • Long pants 
  • Work gloves
  • Long-sleeved shirt recommended
  • Eye protection recommended (glasses, sunglasses or safety glasses)

A hard hat will be provided by WTA. For safety reasons, shorts and sneakers are not allowed.

What to Bring

  • Lunch and plenty of water
  • Rain jacket and pants
  • Extra warm clothing in case of wet or cold weather
  • A pack to carry your personal gear
  • A sense of fun and adventure for learning new skills and meeting great people!



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