Date(s): 09/05/2023 - 09/12/2023
Total: 4 / Remaining: 4
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- Region: Northeast Washington
- Experience: No Experience Needed
- Ages: adults; 16–17 with guardian consent; 10–15 accompanied by guardian
- Difficulty: Intermediate to Difficult (due to elevation gain)
- Hike Length: 3–6 miles
- Trip Type: Work-based Learning Experience
- Or Volunteer Work Party, see below
- Trip Duration: Multi-day (WBL)
- Day trip(s) or Multi-day (VWP)
- Project Type: Construction, Protection (tread repairs, drains, structures)
Student volunteers will help restore this great trail for cyclists and hikers alike. Taylor Ridge Trail 074 is a popular mountain bike route that offers a long ride in the Kettle Range starting at the PNT.
The area is regenerating from the 2021 Bulldog Fire and wildflowers and grasses have begun to flourish. With your help, we will rebuild damaged crossing structures and repair tread to restore the lower half of the trail.
Volunteers and PNTA crews will disperse camp near the trailhead, beside South Fork Boulder Creek, and work our way up Taylor Ridge Trail alongside Tom Creek and Bulldog Mountain. Together we’ll complete reconstruction of a puncheon bridge and a turnpike, then focus on repairing the tread.
No trail crew experience necessary to volunteer at this event: the PNTA provides tools, personal protective equipment, and training. Just bring yourself, your camp gear and daypack, and a thirst for a rewarding work-based learning experience on the trail!
See Resources (below) for Frequently Asked Questions and packing recommendations.
- PNTA Last Worked Here: NA
- Project Leader: Kristin Ackerman
- Trail Crew Leader(s): Miles & Elizabeth
- Trip Time: 8–10 hrs daily (WBL)
- Volunteers: 2–8 hrs daily, + drive time
- Note: Crew leaders will likely work a full day, but volunteer crew members are always welcome to participate at their own pace for as long as they like.
- Hike Distance: up to 8 miles round trip at maximum range
- Spots Available: 2 students total, or 4 volunteers daily
- Meals: Included for multi-day participants who register & enroll by Tues Aug 29th
- Cost: Free
Other Location Info
- Land Manager: Colville National Forest — Three Rivers District
- Rendezvous Location: Kettle Falls, WA
- Staging Area: S Fk Boulder Creek
- Camping: Multi-day participants can disperse camp with PNTA crew leaders near the trailhead
- Directions: See Location for directions
About Work-based Learning Experiences
This event is reserved for students participating in a Work-based Learning Experience. Students must contact their school WBL program administrator to join this trip.
Registration for WBL students closes two weeks prior to the trip start date. If no students sign up, then this event opens to the public as a Volunteer Work Party.
Volunteers can register below to be on the work party wait list. Also, look out below for other opportunities to volunteer at this location.
How to Register for this Event
Please choose a space, sign in to your account, and click on the yellow registration button below. Or you can use the One Step Registration Form below to create a PNT.org account and register for an event in one step.
After you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email from the project leader with an invitation to complete a Volunteer Enrollment Form. This information helps us provide the best possible experience for volunteers. Thanks in advance for your cooperation!
Note: If you would like to book an additional spot for another member of your group, please log out of your pnt.org account and reload this page to submit an additional registration.
Bookings are closed for this event.
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