Please join us on the weekend of September 8 & 9 in the beautiful high country along Beaver Creek, on the south slopes of Mt. Silverheels and just minutes from the town of Fairplay, CO.
During this two-day project, we will be building a single track trail that will join into a larger network of existing trails, eventually connecting Fairplay to Breckenridge for non-motorized travel.
This is the second event in our South Park Alpine Restoration Project, which will extend through 2019. Wild Connections is pleased to be working again with long-time partners: USFS South Park Ranger District, Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative (MRHI), and Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV).
Volunteers will camp for free near the project site (exact details will be e-mailed about a week prior to the projects), all meals and tools will be provided. You can volunteer for just 1 or both of the volunteer days.No experience necessary!
South Park Alpine Restoration Part I at North Tarryall. Photo Misi Ballard.
Successful South Park Alpine Restoration Project Part I. Photo Misi Ballard.
Thanks to all of you that helped make Part I of our South Park Alpine Restoration Project such a great success!
In mid-August, with the help of many volunteers and the USFS South Park Ranger District, we succeeded in restoring areas in the headwaters of North Tarryall Creek and Beaver Creek that were negatively impacted by illegal motorized activity.
Speical thanks to our long-time partners: USFS South Park Ranger District, Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative (MRHI), and Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV).
We look foward to continuing these USFS South Park Alpine Resotration Projects into 2019!
Beaver Creek Campsite area, South Park. Photo Misi Ballard.
South Park Alpine Restoration Project Pt II
Saturday - Sunday, Sep 08 - 09, 2018
To register, or for more info, please go to WRV's page here: