Join us and 44 Trails Association as we do some trail work on the trails near Hood River. We always have a good time working with this group.
We’ll meet at Little John Sno Park at 9:00 a.m. and then head to the trail and work til 2:00 p.m. Lunch is provided! You do need to wear long pants, gloves, and helmets (hardhats or bike helmets). Tools are provided, but if you have some you’d like to bring, you are welcome to do so.
We will be doing light tread work and brushing of the reroute. The new trail creates four miles of singletrack and improves interconnectivity to trails in the vicinity by connecting with the Super Connector, Cooks Meadows and the Superduper Connector.
We’ll have coffee thanks to Dog River Coffee in Hood River, at the sign-in at Little John Sno Park, and then move up to the work site as a group. Lunch will be provided by NY City Subs in Hood River.
We can head to Pfreim afterwards to show off blisters.
If you’d like to go for a run first, you can post about that on the Facebook event to find some others who are interested in going too.