Trail Construction on the Continental Divide at Wolf Creek Pass
Join Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado on this week-long backcountry adventure to help maintain one of Colorado’s treasures! The Continental Divide Trail runs 3,100 miles between Canada and Mexico. This stewardship project will take place at Wolf Creek Pass in the Divide Ranger District in Rio Grande National Forest. Volunteers will help maintain and restore sections of the trail by reconstructing and installing drainage features, widening the trail, and removing loose rock and erosion-causing user-created trails. Ages 18 and up. Minimum 2-day commitment requested. No experience necessary! Free camping and meals provided! Learn more and register online at https://fw.civicore.com/voc/index.php?section=opportunities&action=view2&fwID=20431 .
Outdoor Stewardship Projects Assistant
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
p 303-715-1010, ext. 131
Motivating and enabling citizens to become active stewards of Colorado’s natural resources.