IMBA Trail Bldg. Workshop March 9-10 - Prescott
I haven't seen this posted here, yet. Sorry if I just missed it.
March 9-10. www.cragmania.com has the flyer.
Media Event thingy, March 9.
Trail Building Workshop, March 10, 9-Noon, Yavapai College.
Trail Building Event, Prescott Natty Forest, 1:30-4:00 PM, same day.
Rats! I missed this the first go around. I will be up in Moab, otherwise I would certainly go. Wonder where they'll be buildin?
Yeah, I'm not sure. I'll take my camera along and document whatever we end up doing. Lots of great new trail has been laid down in the past year by the Forest Service. I'm sure they hate the fact that mtn bikers are using them, but still... thanks Forest Service!! LOL I'm sure they'll really be hating it a year from now when you folks down south and up north discover these new trails and come help us break them in really well.
there's a group of us "down south" folk headed your way to help build whatever the IMBA crew is working on saturday.
I also heard that there is a good chance that the BCT effort will shift north next season, and start working south. well they already have started working south, but they hope to get two groups of user volenteer efforts working both ends.
I'm not familiar at all with the BCT, Brian, but just looked it up. Nice work!
Hope to meet you on Saturday. =)
Just signed up for the Prescott class and trail work. I have been meaning to get involved in the trail building in this area since moving up here a few years ago. Thanks for the post, hope to meet everyone saturday,... Bill
Marin Pine Mountain
Originally Posted by Velokid1
don't thank me for BCT. I've just started to get a little involved. There are many other people who have devoted countless hours to make this trail system a reality.
It's almost reached a critical mass (IMO) of completed trails that should really open a lot of peoples eyes and hopefully kick them in the butt to help build/donate funds to complete the system .
the area where this trail system goes is quite stunning. and the realationship this group has forged with BLM might be even more valuable in terms of furture access to other BLM land.