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Want to make a difference in WNY Trails?

Join Ethan & company at Hunters Creek Park for some much needed trail maintenance on May 4th, yes, Starwars day... Depending on the availability of a 4 wheeler and trailer to move stone great distances, the trial day may originate from either parking lot. (TBD) if you have a 4 wheeler and trailer and want to lend a hand (LET ME KNOW 864-6747).

Centerline Lot Plan: Install a bridge in the trial that goes off the north end of the lot where it has eroded greatly. Continue arming the rest of the soggy part of Sargent Mark's Trail between the Service road and the creek. dig in a water bar to stop water from flowing straight down the service road at the Sargent Marks trail intersection. Brush removal around all trails near parking lot.

Hunters Creek Lot Plan: Move stone up to board walk section of trail and arm all muddy sections near boardwalks. Cut back brush near parking lot and on Purple trail, where it always grows in. Smooth out holes and dips caused by further erosion on Purple and Orange.

Bring water, work gloves, and sturdy foot wear. We will provide lunch (pizza party) after the trail work, and if it's dry go for a ride!

Comments

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Mountain Biking is a potentially hazardous activity carrying a significant risk of bodily injury and even death. Mountain biking should only be undertaken if you have a complete awareness of these risks. You can reduce the level of risk by wearing a helmet and by riding within your own skill level.