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Grassy-Hall Divide Trail Backcountry Trip
August 30, 2019 @ 8:00 am - September 1, 2019 @ 5:00 pm PDTFree
Trails: Grassy-Hall Divide and Shedroof Divide Trails
Location: Colville National Forest – Sullivan Lake Ranger District
Length: 8 hours per day
Spots Available: 2-3 Spots Per Trip
Dates: August 30th – September 1st
Register by: August 28th
Note: Backpacking experience is required, as the team will camp out overnight on the trail. The project is rated “difficult” due to the backcountry setting for the work party. The trailwork is relatively easy and suitable for beginners.
A uniquely satisfying way to enjoy a day outdoors — combining exercise, community service, camaraderie and backcountry camping.
The Shedroof Divide 512 and Grassy-Hall Divide 533 are in need of a reboot. Volunteer to assist our experienced crew leaders by pruning back the ever-encroaching brush, busting out the slough and berms to widen the trail, and reshaping its surface so that it drains properly.
Backpacking/ backcountry experience is required, as the team will overnight (Friday and Saturday) on the trail so we can get to those way back, hard to reach places. The project is rated “difficult” due to the backcountry setting for the work party. The trailwork is relatively easy and suitable for beginners. Volunteers will need to hike several miles along rugged steep trails. Volunteers will need backpacking equipment and skills for backcountry camping for three nights.
The PNTA will reimburse volunteers for meals, $15/ day and provide tools and PPE, e.g. safety glasses, hard hats, gloves, ear plugs.
- Project Leader: Kristin Ackerman
- Trail Crew Leader/s: Kristin Ackerman
- Rendezvous: Thursday, August 29th, at Sullivan Lake Ranger Station (please communicate your ETA)
- Hike Length: 6 miles a day or more
- Trip Length: Rendezvous Thursday/ Friday; on the trail Friday morning; hike out Sunday
- Camping: Backcountry, dispersed camping
- FAQ about Volunteer Work Parties
- Volunteer Trail Steward Application
- Volunteer Agreement
- More information about volunteering with PNTA
- No prior trail stewardship experience required.
- Bring food for three days and backpacking equipment to camp out overnight.
- Wear closed-toe shoes, and layered clothing: long pants, and long sleeve shirts.
- The PNTA will provide tools and PPE — safety glasses, hard hats, gloves, ear plugs (if applicable)
HOW TO APPLY
Please register at least two business days (M-F) before the event date.
- Fill out a Volunteer Trail Steward Application. (If you have already submitted an application, proceed to step 2)
- Fill out a Volunteer Work Party Agreement, and be sure to tell us which event/s you are interested in.
- For participants younger than age-18, please complete a Guardian Release form.
- A PNTA representative will contact you to confirm your registration for a work party.
- The project leader will email you a Project Fact Sheet with more information and any updates.