Location: Lander, WY
Strenuous. 2-mile daily hikes with 100′ change
This is a high elevation project: 6,200+ ft.
Join our project working on the North Country Trail, a new trail construction that provides access to the newly developed climbing area at Wild Iris.
Service Project Details
See the beauty of Limestone Mountain in Wyoming’s Shoshone National Forest and give back! Join our project working on the North Country Trail, a new trail construction that provides access to the newly developed climbing area at Wild Iris. Work will consist of hand-built new trail construction, as well as hand finishing machine built rough tread. Expect to cut backslope, install tread hinge, smooth tread surface, improve drainage features, spread downslope spoils, remove roots. This project may entail rockwork to build steps, checks, and cairns.
Volunteers will need to be able to hike 2-miles daily with 100′ change and we’ll be tent camping near cars at the Aspen Glade Dispersed camp area.
This is a high elevation project: 6,200+ ft. Volunteers should arrive in the area a few days before the project to allow for acclimation.
Project Leaders: Steve Breitbach and Jeremy Haug
Check out the photo gallery from previous projects in Shoshone National Forest.
Sunday, August 28th. The Volunteer group meets at midday at a time/place TBD. The group will go through check-in, introductions, orientation, and will caravan to the basecamp. The group will then assist in setting it up for a great work week ahead.
Monday, August 29th. Workday.
Tuesday, August 30th. Workday.
Wednesday, August 31st. Day off.
Thursday, September 1st. Workday.
Friday, September 2nd. Workday.
Saturday, September 3rd. Break down camp, good-byes, depart.
Free Time Details
Hiking, rock climbing, view wildlife and vegetation, photography, mountain biking, fishing, tour South Pass City and Atlantic City (mining history).
Front country: tent camping near cars at the Aspen Glade Dispersed camp area.
Strenuous. 2-mile daily hikes with 100' change
Bending, cutting, hauling, swinging, digging, throwing, pushing, lifting, etc.
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