We had about 25 volunteers come out to our Double Black Diamond trail work party on Sunday, May 7th.
Morning clouds gave way to afternoon sun and dirt conditions were perfect with the right amount of moisture for shaping and packing. Holes were filled, existing drains were opened up, and some new drains were added in an effort to get water off the trail. A few hazard trees and logs that were close to the trail were also removed for riders’ safty, which resulted in some tight sections being opened up. Many sections of the trail were given a fresh layer of dirt, which is still soft in many spots.
Adam from Treelines NW had the killer BBQ lunch setup with burgers, hotdogs, chips, and beverages for the hard-working volunteers (who all left with a fresh Treelines t-shirt as well!).
The Cleator Road has re-opened, so please take it easy on the fresh dirt. Ride to help pack it in, not tear it up.