Cut It Out Project
Cross-Cut Project South San Juan Wilderness, San Juan National Forest This is a volunteer project to cut out a trail that has seen significant blowdown. In the fall of 2017, volunteers cut out 64 trees. We anticipate there might be another 100 that have fallen over the winter season and we would like to have this trail open for hikers. We will be camping approximately 1.5-miles from the trailhead on both nights. Each day we will work to cut-out as many of the fallen trees as we are able while using cross-cut saws. Project will consist of two four person crews and a comfortable pace. Laughter is a bonus to the work day. No prior trail work experience required. Swampers are very much needed—don’t feel that you must use a cross-cut saw— this is a pull, push and toss weekend.
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