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9-25 Wolf Trail System

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Date(s) - 09/25/2021
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Wolf Trail System — Newport, WA


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Project Profile
  • Region: Northeast Washington
  • Experience: No Experience Needed
  • Ages: adults;16–17 with guardian consent; 10–15 accompanied by a guardian; all ages
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Hike Length: 0-3 miles
  • Trip Type: Volunteer Trail Work Party
  • Trip Type: Day Trip(s)
  • Project Type: Brush Out, Tread Work, Conservation

Project Description

Lend a hand on miscellaneous tasks to improve and maintain the Wolf Trail System. Tasks may include:

  • Conservation: litter collection and removal, invasive weed removal
  • Brush work: lop or hand saw the saplings, branches and bushes that grow too close to the trail, then move cut materials to the trailhead so the crew leader can haul them away*
  • Trail maintenance: touch up the surface of the trail and its drainage features
  • Construction: of fences, gates, kiosks and signs

The crew leader may work on a project for the whole day, but volunteers are welcome to participate for as long as they like.

Project Details

  • PNTA Last Worked Here: 2020
  • Project Leader: Kristin Ackerman
  • Trail Crew Leader/s: Forest Reeves
  • Trip Timeup to 6 hrs + drive time
  • Hike Distance: up to 4 miles
  • Spots Available: 4
  • Cost: Free

Other Location Info

  • Land Manager: Colville National Forest — Newport Ranger District
  • Rendezvous Point: Upper Wolf Trailhead
  • Staging Area: NA
  • Camping: Camping is not included with this event but may be available nearby at Pioneer Park
  • Directions: See Location for directions

Volunteer Resources

Please note, all work party projects are subject to change. Unfortunately, sometimes the weather and other unforeseen circumstances may cause us to cancel or reschedule an event. If we make any changes to an event after you have registered, we will contact you as soon as possible with new information.


  1. Find a Work Party:  Visit our calendar to find projects on your favorite part of the trail
  2. Register:  Enroll as a volunteer — then apply to join a trail work party
  3. Get Confirmation:  A PNTA representative will contact you to confirm your registration and provide more information.