BE PART OF THE STATE FORESTS CONVERSATION: ADVISORY COMMITTEE SEEKS MEMBERS Do you like riding in the Tillamook State Forest? Interested in helping to shape decisions that can impact trails? A committee advising Oregon Department of Forestry staff on forest operations, projects and activities (this means recreation) is currently seeking applications to fill three vacancies.
Northwest Trail Alliance is excited to announce that progress is being made with the design and construction of the new Farr Bike Park and Luscher Trails in Lake Oswego. This project is a direct result of our successes at Gateway Green, Chehalem Ridge, and the goodwill generated by NWTA advocacy efforts and you, our members!
A Trail Ninja is described as an expert in the art of trail building, agile, stealthy, nimble, and master of Rogue Hoe & Mcloud. This weekends Trail Ninja mission at Stub was a success. We combined mountain biking with trail work. We did dirt work re-building bermed corners and enhanced the flow of the Shoofly Trail at Stub. Thanks to David Rogers (Stub Stewart LST) our tools were staged
Yesterday, Proper Cycle Werks and Nancy Stone led a crew of 15 NW Trail Sisters around Growlers for a great mini-clinic. We braved the chilly morning in Castle Rock and wound our way to some of the higher trails in the Growlers system under the watchful eye of Mt. Saint Helens. Warmed up, we settled in to
The following is the monthly list of events organized by, or partnered with NWTA. If you want to work with NWTA on an event, please don’t hesitate to contact us firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE: Some changes to specific dates may occur. Check calendar for details of event once published officially. March 30th-31st – Tillamook State Forest Spring
Autumn is almost over, but there’s still so much trail fun to be had! Here’s your NWTA “Weekly” Roundup of all the MTB-related happenings locally and a little further afield. Don’t worry, we’ll get back to a more regular schedule after the holidays! Check out our Community Calendar for longer range planning. We hope to see
Wayne Naillon’s legacy continues. Construction is beginning soon on improvements to the Crown Zellerbach Trail (CZ Trail) between Scappoose and Vernonia that will include bike repair stations, improved signage, and other Trailhead improvements. The $6,000 that we raised in Wayne’s memory was used as the cornerstone match for a $150,000 Oregon Parks and Recreation Department