The Antelope Dash Trail Race is one of the premier races in Wyoming and it takes place in a state parks the WCC calls home: Curt Gowdy State Park. Happening August 27, 2016, the Antelope Dash has a 4 mile and a 8 mile course selection with smooth turns, rises, and dips making both courses a joy to run. Check out the course descriptions at http://www.antelopedash.org and while you’re on the website, scroll down to read a little about the Wyoming Conservation Corps’ work done in the park.
The WCC’s partnership with Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources is that of family. Since 2006, the corps founding year, the WCC has worked on projects for State Parks including trails maintenance and construction, historic preservation, fencing, habitat enhancement, and sensitive cultural area maintenance and protection.
We are proud to have our 2016 Crew Member Orientation in Curt Gowdy State Park yet again. Now go get out there and sign up for the Antelope Dash Trail Race!