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August on the Trail: Where We're Working

Posted by Loren Drummond at Aug 08, 2012 01:25 PM |
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From the Colville to the Colonel Bob wilderness, from the Columbia River Gorge to Mount Baker (and everywhere in between) — we've got our work cut out for us in the coming weeks. This August, join us on a work party near you, or explore a part of the state you've never been to by volunteering on trail with WTA!

From the Colville to the Colonel Bob wilderness, from the Columbia River Gorge to Mount Baker (and everywhere in between)—we've got our work cut out for us in the coming weeks.

This is the time of year when we're most inspired to explore the great winding trails in our beautiful state, but it's also the time of year when trails need the most love from us. In a matter of a couple months, trails see more footprints than they'll see all year long.

This summer, help WTA make sure that trails will remain accessible to all of us for years to come. This August, join us on a work party near you, or explore a part of the state you've never been to by volunteering on trail with WTA!

>> Check out the full schedule and sign up today!

Puget Sound Area

  • Denny Creek
  • Pratt Lake

Central Washington

Cedar on South Fork Skokomish Trail
A giant cedar along the South Fork Skokomish Trail. Photo by Andrew Houle.

  • Mount Rainier: Comet Falls, Skyline Trail Loop
  • Darrington: Perry Creek, Peekaboo Lake, Independence Lake
  • Skykomish: Evergreen Mountain, West Cady Ridge

Olympic Peninsula - *featured trail parties*

Southwest Washington

  • Cape Horn
  • Beacon Rock - Hardy Ridge Trail

Northwest Washington

  • Twin Lakes
  • Heather Meadows

Eastern Washington

  • Mount Spokane State Park

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