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Volunteers giving TLC to popular trails

Hikers break into the open area near the top of Hall Mountain above Sullivan Lake on a  day trip led by Conservation Northwest volunteers.  (Rich Landers)
Hikers break into the open area near the top of Hall Mountain above Sullivan Lake on a day trip led by Conservation Northwest volunteers. (Rich Landers)

PUBLIC LANDS - More volunteers are needed for upcoming outings that combine learning traditional skills and the camaraderie of group camping with maintaining popular northeastern Washington trails.

Three projects organized by the Washington Trails Association and Conservation Northwest include:

  • Bead Lake Trail, June 25-27.
  • Salmo-Priest Wilderness volunteer vacation, July 9-16.
  • Red Bluff Trail near Sullivan Lake, July 16-17;
  • Shedroof Divide Trail near Little Snowy Top, July 23-25.
  • Hall Mountain Trail near Sullivan Lake, Aug. 4-7.
  • Red Bluff Trail near the Sullivan Lake, Sept. 9-10.
     

Sign up:  Email derrick@conservationnw.org  or call (509) 389-5514.

 




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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.

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