Posts By: Joe Rykowski

Stub trail builder event moved to Sunday, October 15th

  Daniel Katten, NWTA’s volunteer leader for Railyard trail work party at Stub, has moved planned work party from October 14th to Sunday, October 15th.   This will allow volunteers to attend the Chris King Open House and custom bike Builders Showcase in Portland. Be sure to RSVP if planning to help build yourself a new

Stub trails CLOSING for forest thinning starting November 2017

From November 2017 thru February 2018, Stub Stewart State Park trails will be closed for forest thinning (using heli-logging operations to limit trail impact).  This will result in improved forest health and a better riding experience.  Stub volunteer work parties will start in March – April timeframe to restore any affected trails. “Safety will be our

Caution! Horses on Banks-Vernonia Trail 9/16/2017…

On Saturday September 16, 2017 (between 9am to 3pm) the Northwest Chapter of Oregon Equestrian Trails club will be hosting a trail ride along Banks-Vernonia Trail.  More horse riders than usual will be on the B-V. This is good opportunity to remember trail etiquette. Remember… Slow and stop well before encountering horse riders,  say hello and see what they’d

Grand Opening of bridges at Stub! (VIDEO)

Check out this new video from March work party that shows volunteer team putting the finishing touches on the bridge approaches for “Link’n’Pin” section of Shoofly trail… (don’t get this one confused with the February 2017 large work party event (video) working on bridges as well – it was a multi-year effort and these were

1/7/2017 Stub trail work party CANCELLED – due to weather

UPDATE on Stub work party event for 1/7/2017: Unfortunately, this weekend’s trail project is CANCELLED due to current trail conditions and extended weather forecast.  While we were extremely excited about doing work to finish bridge projects we feel it is better to be safe.

Successful 2016 Stub Fest event!

Our 2nd annual Stub Fest event was a lot of fun for all that came to help celebrate the goodness that is Stub and give back some sweat equity.   This event capped the 2015-2016 trail build season at Stub Stewart State Park with about 100 participants who enjoyed free camping, BBQ and brews, and