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14 Jul 2017

Four Corners Freeride Coalition to host work day on Graysill Trail, Saturday July 15th

Posted by Adam Howell


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A new trail work organization in Durango, Colorado called the Four Corners Freeride Coalition is hosting a work day on the Graysill Trail on the San Juan National Forest this Saturday, July 15th.

Here’s a quick description of the work that’s being done, according to their website:

A view from the top of Graysill Trail. Photo courtesy of Four Corners Freeride Coalition.

A view from the top of Graysill Trail. Photo courtesy of Four Corners Freeride Coalition.

“The goal this weekend is to take care of the major trenching and drainage issues from Cascade Divide Road down to Cascade Creek. As many of you understand that this is a quite a way out there, so if you are in to do some work please contact us through e-mail or stop in to talk us through our various offices of employment so we can accommodate. There will be at least one truck going out the road with tools and water.  You can also make it a fun ride day and ride out via your desired route and meet us on trail and pitch a hand as long as possible. Thanks to a solid crew, all of the trees are off the trail down to the Cascade Creek and one has fallen recently along the west side of the creek.”

http://www.4cornersfreeride.org/news/2017/7/12/graysill-work-day

 

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