Trail Work

Trail Work

Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Black Hawk, CO

When:

May 16, 2020

Time:

7:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m.

Where:

Golden Gate Canyon State Park Maintenance Building on the corner of Mountain Base Rd and Hwy 46. Just a mile west of the visitor center.

Directions:

From the Hwy 93 and Hwy 46 (Golden Gate Canyon Rd), drive 14 miles. Pass the visitor center at mile 13, go 1 more mile and turn right on Mountain Base Rd. The maintenance building is on the left.

What to Bring:

Wear long pants and sturdy shoes. Also bring a rain jacket, water bottle, lunch, hat, sunglasses, leather work gloves, sunscreen, and your trail work form if you need to get it signed to show you volunteered.

Rain Date:

In the event of BAD WEATHER and we need to cancel our trail workday, we will work on TBD

Silverton, CO

When:

July 11 & 12, 2020

Time:

7:30 a.m to 4:00 p.m.

Where:

We generally meet at the Silverton School on Reese and 12th. We will email you more specific details as we get closer as we may have various groups going to different sections of the Silverton Ultra Dirty or the Hardrock 100 courses.

Directions:

What to Bring:

Wear long pants and sturdy shoes . Also bring a rain jacket, water bottle, lunch, hat, sunglasses, leather work gloves, sunscreen, and your trail work form if you need to get it signed to show you volunteered.

Rain Date:

In the event of BAD WEATHER and we need to cancel our trail workday, we will work on TBD.

Trail Crew Leader Training

The Dirty 30 Trail Race Series is collaborating with Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado to train people to become trail crew leaders. The Dirty 30 needs trail crew leaders to help lead the increasing number of volunteers who are showing up for trail workdays. We are so grateful for this interest and this help! This is a fun and very rewarding way to give back to the trails we all love so much.

When/Where:

May 2 & 3, 2020 – Evergreen, CO
May 30 & 3, 2020 – Leadville, CO
June 6 & 7, 2020 – Golden Gate Canyon State Park

Who:

Anyone who is interested can join us for the training, whether you have had experience or not.

Cost:

Approximately $75. Those who get trained and lead 2 days of trail work at the Hardrock trail workdays will receive an extra lottery ticket for leading trail work. The idea is you will come back year after year to lead a crew. You will be rewarded with an extra ticket each year that you lead a trail crew.

Training Hosted By:

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado. Click here to register.

If you are interested in getting trained as a Trail Crew Leader and do not live in the areas mentioned above, check out your local forest service office and ask for their recommendations for a class.
If you are interested in joining us for any of these great opportunities, please email megan@dirty30.org.

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