Trails

We apologize

We want to apologize for a recent update about the on-going trail maintenance at LL Stub Stewart State Park. NWTA shared a brief and incomplete summary of the park’s history.  We overstated NWTA’s involvement and failed to include other key organizations whose involvement was instrumental in planning, flagging, and building the trails. We want to acknowledge … Read More

Stub Stewart Update end of 2020

Written by Ted Dodd, Edited by Kelsea De Filippis Here’s a highlight of the work out at L.L. Stub Stewart plus a little history from LST Ted Dodd. Trail crews made headway on Lower Greenhorn to try and mitigate serious drainage issues along with removing a pesky stump pre-Christmas. The trail still needs work to … Read More

TSI’s Advanced Trail School at Stub Stewart

Written by Ted Dodd Want to learn how to build trails and enhance your skills? Here is your chance. SIGN UP to have your name added to the list to receive more information about upcoming Trail Building Classes. This training is intended for specific trail-building activities. CLASS EXAMPLES HOW TO BUILD: Berms Jumps Sidehill trails Switchback corners Sustainable trail drainage … Read More

ATTENTION TRAIL SISTERS!

Written by Nancy Stone If you are a skilled trail steward or have hopes and dreams to be a skilled trail steward, you will soon have the opportunity to build a brand new gravity trail on the north side of Rocky Point led by women and built by women/trans/femme. Building a fun new gravity trail … Read More

Saturday Sessions have started! – recap

Written by Jered Bogli Saturday Sessions have started Rocky Point is hosting weekly Saturday digs from now through the end of April. We’re keeping things small and safe with only ten volunteer spots available. Saturday Sessions are about building skill and confidence in trail maintenance and trail building. Keeping groups small ensures everyone comes away … Read More