The Sheridan Community Land Trust invites fellow trail lovers to help keep your community trails in great shape this summer at community work nights.
The first community work night is scheduled for Friday, June 11 from 6-8 p.m. at Red Grade Trails. We’ll be clearing and smoothing trail tread, clearing debris and working get the trails in tip-top shape now that all of the trails are fully melted.
What should I bring? Work gloves and a water bottle. SCLT will provide tools and refreshments.
Can’t make it this time? We’ll be back on Red Grade Trails later this summer. Our tentative dates are Thursday, July 9 and Friday, August 6. Stay tuned to SCLT eNews and social media for additional details.
Bonus: As we build new trails between Poverty Flats and Bear Gulch this summer, you’ll have an opportunity to enjoy the great new trails at Red Grade Trails as they’re built!
The Bomber Mountain Cycling Club will also host a workday this Sunday, June 13, from 12 noon to 3 p.m. Volunteers are asked to meet at the Soldier Ridge Trailhead parking lot. Everyone will carpool to the work area.
Sunday’s workday with Bomber Mountain Cycling Club will be held to prep the course in advance of the Hidden Hoot Mountain Bike race on June 19. Volunteers will be smoothing tread using shovels and rakes on The Link and Kicking Horse Trail. Please bring work gloves and a water bottle. Refreshments will be provided.
Save time and paper by completing a 2021 volunteer release before you come, visit https://sheridanclt.org/volunteer/individual-volunteer-release/