klootchy creek

New Trail at Klootchy Creek

Written by Nell Stamper, NWTA Board Member ([email protected]) A new intermediate jump line will be opening soon at Klootchy Creek. This trail, built by Bros and Hoes Landscaping, was funded by everyone who purchased raffle tickets for the Yeti last year. and we would like to extend our deep gratitude also to the businesses that … Read More

Trail Sister’s Trail School Recap from 01/22

Written by Nancy Stone, Education & Sustainability Director ([email protected])  NWTA’s first Trail School for Trail Sisters took place this Saturday at Klootchy Creek. Not only were we greeted with the bright, sunny faces of 10 Trail Sisters but the actual sun itself. A rare January treat, indeed!  In a sport where women/trans/femme find themselves as a … Read More

TSI Hits the Road

Written by Nancy Stone, Education & Sustainability Director ([email protected]) The Trail Sustainability Institute (TSI) is NWTA’s educational branch of the organization that was established in the Summer of 2019. Within TSI is our beloved Trail School. Here, we offer folks who may be new(er) to trail maintenance an opportunity to get their hands dirty while learning … Read More

North Coast Trail Alliance Updates

We will be working on trail maintenance and trail building at Klootchy throughout the fall and winter. Beginners are welcome- we have projects at every level. We will be announcing dig days on social media and through newsletters. Watch for special events! The first Klootchy Creek dig day is on 12/18. Click HERE to register. We’re … Read More

Upcoming Fall Dig Days

After a great summer of riding, this is the time of the year where we ramp up our trail maintenance efforts. Here is what is being planned this fall at the various trail systems and bike parks. SANDY RIDGE This fall, we will spend a lot of time working on Little Monkey. It will be … Read More

Meet Your NWTA Board

Your Northwest Trail Alliance board of directors is composed of talented and dedicated individuals who donate, collectively, thousands of hours of their time to making NWTA tick. They do the less-than-sexy behind the scenes work to ensure that you have access to awesome MTB opportunities from Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams to the coast. Come … Read More