We are starting out in 2018 by working on the OSV (Over Snow Vehicle) trails on the Sierra National Forest. Several volunteers have already been out working on the Bald Mountain and Grouse OSV trails. Wilderness Corps is continuing to work year round with the High Sierra Ranger District in maintaining routes used by winter visitors to the Huntington Lake region.
This year, big things are coming for us. We need volunteers of all skill levels. We have more than five hundred miles of trail to maintain within Sierra National Forest, and we are also hoping to see the Theodore Solomons Trail become more user friendly as we clear sections of it and restore lost parts of the trail.
Here’s hoping that you, as well as our volunteers, achieve all their goals in 2018!