Date(s) - 07/03/2021
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
4th of July TH
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- Region: The Okanogan
- Experience: No Experience Needed
- Ages: adults; 16–17 with guardian consent; 10–15 accompanied by a guardian
- Difficulty: Intermediate
- Hike Length: 3–6 miles
- Trip Type: Volunteer Trail Work Party
- Trip Type: Day Trip
- Project Type: Brush Out, Tread Work
The Antoine Trail approaches the summit of Mount Bonaparte from the west and is part of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail in the Okanogan. Volunteers can help get this special trail segment in shape for the summer by teaming up with PNTA crew leaders.
We will spend the day doing tread and brush work on the PNT portion of Antoine Trail (from Cabin 303 to Antoine Loop). There may also be opportunities to waymark the PNT at junctions along Antoine Loop FR 3230-150.
No trail crew experience is necessary for this event. The PNTA provides tools, personal protective equipment, and training. Just bring yourself, your daypack, and a thirst for a rewarding day on the trail!
A crew leader will be working on site for the duration of the trip, but volunteers are free to participate for as along as they like.
See Resources (below) for Frequently Asked Questions and daypack recommendations.
- PNTA Last Worked Here: unknown
- Project Leader: Kristin Ackerman
- Trail Crew Leader/s: Kristin Ackerman
- Trip Time: up to 7 hrs + drive time
- Hike Distance: up to 6 miles round trip, depending on access
- Spots Available: 4
- Cost: Free
Other Location Info
- Land Manager: Colville National Forest — Tonasket Ranger District
- Rendezvous Point: Fourth of July Trailhead
- Staging Area: NA
- Camping: Camping is not included with this event but may be available nearby in Oroville
- Directions: See Location for directions