Check out new hiking and biking trails near Canon City and volunteer October 18-19!
The Colorado Mountain Club will partner with the Bureau of Land Management to install signs on new hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails at the Oilwell Flats Recreation Area. Volunteers will enjoy stunning views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains while helping the BLM designate trails for different user groups. Plus participants will have the opportunity to explore the adjacent Garden Park Fossil Area and the Beaver Creek Wilderness Study Area.
CMC needs volunteers to help improve this popular recreation area October 18 and 19, 2014. Project work will take place from 9am – 4pm Saturday and 8am – 1pm Sunday. This project is family friendly (appropriate for kids ages 14 and up with adult supervision) and is open to the public. Camping is available and all food will be provided by CMC. Transport/carpooling will be available from Denver/Colorado Springs and local volunteers can meet us at the site.
Details and registration online at https://www.cmc.org/Calendar/EventDetails.aspx?ID=28111. Contact (303)996-2764 or [email protected] for more information.
The Colorado Mountain Club is the state’s leading organization dedicated to adventure, recreation, conservation and education. Founded in 1912, the CMC acts as a gateway to the mountains for novices and experts alike, offering an array of year-round activities, events and schools centered on outdoor recreation.