We need your help to build 3 ATV bridges up 6-Mile Canyon!
When: Thursday, August 5th, 2010 – 9:00am
Details: The Manti-La Sal National Forest is hosting an Arapeen ATV trail work day in 6-Mile Canyon (east of Palisade State Park in Sterling, UT) on Thursday, August 5th. Work will take place at the eastern end of the Harmon trail where it intersects with the 6-Mile Canyon road (Forest Road # 0047) about 2 miles below six mile ponds. Work will consist of re-construction of three trail bridges crossing drainages on the eastern end of the trail. Access to the work site is best by ATV, but owners of high clearance 4X4 vehicles can also park at the end of the trail and easily walk to the worksites. Work will consist of abutment excavation, hauling rock to fill gabion baskets, setting stringers, decking the trail bridges, and rehabilitating areas where trails have been created around them in the past.
Work will begin at 9:00 AM and continue as long as there are volunteers willing to work or until the bridges are constructed. Volunteers are encouraged to participate, even if they only have 2-3 hours available to devote to this project. Volunteers should bring work gloves, sturdy footwear, water/lunch as well as some basic tools if they have them: shovel, pick, 2 pound hammer, and 5-gallon buckets. Children under 18 years of age who are interested in participating must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Interested volunteers can contact the project manager:
Bill Broadbear, Manti-La Sal National Forest, 599 West Price River Drive Price, UT 84501 email@example.com Ph # 435-636-3516
Please help us get the word out by inviting friends, family, and neighbors to come make a difference on our local public lands.