Upcoming 2024 Regional Work Parties

Upcoming 2024 Regional Work Parties

 

DATES: FRIDAY MAY 17TH – SUNDAY MAY 19TH, 2024

LEBAR HORSE CAMP & LOWER S. FORK SKOKOMISH RIVER TRAIL

• DATES: FRIDAY MAY 17TH – SUNDAY MAY 19TH, 2024

• PRE-REGISTER ON-LINE @ BCHW.org REQUIRED by April 30th

• CAMPSITES RESERVED FRIDAY-SUNDAY AND ASSIGNED AT CHECK-IN. There are 13 sites at LeBar as well as dispersed camping nearby. Brown Creek campground nearby has 12 sites + 8 tent-only sites.

• SATURDAY EVENING MEAL and SUNDAY BREAKFAST PROVIDED Bring Water – LeBar is a dry camp for more info contact: Bob Hoyle: 360-531-2337 Email: bobhoyle@usa.net We need volunteers for camp and trail work.

Tasks include: brushing/swamping, blowdown removal (sawyers needed!) and cleanup of campground/sites. Something for everyone! Bring gloves, appropriate attire. Tools, PPE’s provided (Sawyers need to bring their own saw/PPE) We also could use pack stock for tools, saws and fuel for trail work.

If you bring stock be aware that the trail may not be open for riding yet, and there will be a lot of activity in camp with power equipment running (line trimmers/blowers, saws)

Click Here for printable flyer.

Click Here to register for the work party.   

 

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Dates July 3rd - July 7th, 2024, Ken Wilcox Horse Camp

Trail and Camp Log Out

Ken Wilcox Horse Camp at Haney Meadows is located near the summit of Blewitt Pass about 8 east miles off Highway 97. The camp is at about 5500’ has a long-storied past with BCHW. A fire in 2012 damaged much of the camp area and surrounding trail system. BCHW volunteers helped restore the camp area, made improvements, and cleared trails every year.  Recent years new growth has become a problem with major wind events has brought much of the dead standing timber down. Combined with new growth overtaking the trails, most of the trail system is clogged. We will continue our volunteer efforts again this year and could use lots of help. The goal here is to keep the Ken Wilcox Horse Camp and the surrounding trail system open to all stock users and the public to enjoy. 

Click Here for more information and printable Flyer.

Click Here for the Online Registration form.


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