Event description

In partnership with Trailkeepers of Oregon, NWTA is co-hosting a trail work party at LL Stub Stewart State Park to realign the Williams Creek Horseshoe trail – transforming it from an old, overgrown logging road into an undulating, creekside multi-use trail for hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers.

The realignment follows the contours of Williams Creek south of the Banks Vernonia State Trail and offers beautiful creek views.  The Williams Creek Horseshoe realignment project will provide a cross-country trail riding alternative to the paved BVST between the Shoofly MTB trailhead and the Buxton BVST trailhead.

Work Party Logistics:

8:30am – 3:30pm Friday, November 30th

This will be a follow up to a first pass of clearing brush and duff material from the flagged corridor planned for the new trail realignment 4,800 feet in length. The corridor is clear, now is the time to build the trail tread!

Directions to the worksite will be provided to registered volunteers no later than 48 hours prior to the work party date, along with any other necessary information.

Registration:

Volunteers should sign up via the Trailkeepers of Oregon Eventbite site below, and direct questions to David Rogers at StubStewart@nw-trail.org.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stub-new-trail-party-registration-52878614359