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Hitch 4, 2017
Hitches

Hitch 4, 2017

Hitch 4: 7/10/17 – 7/19/17 Crew 1: Red Desert: Wyoming Wilderness Association and  Bureau of Land Management Rocksprings field office Crew #1 set off for the Red Desert of south central Wyoming. This vast high altitude desert ecosystem and sagebrush steppe that make up nearly 10,000 acres. “Among the natural features in the Red Desert … Continue reading

Hitch 2, 2017
Hitches

Hitch 2, 2017

Crew 1 – Glendo State Park and Curt Gowdy State Park, June 12-21 – Starting their hitch at Glendo State Park, Crew 1 had the character building honor of moving all the emergency sandbags from last year’s flood warning, breaking the bags down, then storing them. These folks also pulled up old iron spikes from … Continue reading

‘Meeting of the Minds:’ WCC Crews Meet Project Heads Including Governor’s Staff
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‘Meeting of the Minds:’ WCC Crews Meet Project Heads Including Governor’s Staff

    June 14, 2017 – POLE MOUNTAIN, Medicine Bow National Forest – At noon, we had two crews hike into the Summit Trailhead near the Headquarters Trail which crews have been working on to improve drainage and trail tread as International Mountain Biking Standards (IMBA) require for beautiful multi-use trails.  There, we met some … Continue reading

Hitch 1, 2017
Hitches

Hitch 1, 2017

WELCOME ALL TO THE 2017 HITCH REPORT. AFTER EACH HITCH, THE WCC STAFF WILL POST EACH CREW’S ACCOMPLISHMENTS WITH PICTURES. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT EACH HITCH OR VOLUNTEERING PLEASE CONTACT US. Crew 1 and Crew 4 – Pole Mountain in Medicine Bow National Forest, May 29-June 7 – These crews started building trails for the … Continue reading

National Trails Day 2017
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National Trails Day 2017

Crew 1 & 4,  June 3rd, 2017 – Pole Mountain (Medicine-Bow NF) – National Trails Day is an event hosted every year piloted by the American Hiking Society and powered by sponsors, partnerships, love, and muscle. National Trails Day (NTD) happen all over the U.S.A., including Puerto Rico and Washington D.C. This year, with major … Continue reading