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deervalley Deer Valley Trail Repairs and Re-Opening

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Dear OHV Enthusiasts,

The U.S. Forest Service and Motherlode Rockcrawlers (MLRC) are at it again. The Forest Service has another section of the Deer Valley Trail set for repairs and MLRC is helping to get this effort going, like last year.

The club is asking for volunteers to come help haul and place rocks, move logs and re-route part of the trail at one of the creek crossings. This is taking place over the three weekends after Labor Day weekend September 2nd thru 4th. Along with September 9th & 10th, 16th & 17th and 23rd & 24th.

Any and all help is greatly appreciated. MLRC will have their base camp set up at Hope Valley off of Scott Lake road and Highway 88. But there are plenty of areas to camp along Blue Lakes road from Highway 88 to Lower Blue Lake.

Sharetrails.Org/BlueRibbon Coalition is on the team with the crew working this September to re-open the Deer Valley Trail of northern California. Working in conjunction with the USDA Forest Service, the Eldorado National Forest and Motherlode Rockcrawlers as part of the North District of the California 4Wheel Drive Association (C4WDA), Del & Stacie Albright will be providing on the ground support and trail work and, if needed, I will also  help with trail clearing since I have current Forest Service chainsaw certification.

Trail work is taking place on three weekends in September and Sharetrails will be on two of the work parties. More information and sign-up pages are on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/488640691498044/ or contact Ron Delaney at 209-304-3491 or melron11@comcast.net or Jack Chapman at 209-304-0510 or motherloderockcrawlers@yahoo.com.

More about the professional staff and mission of Sharetrails.Org at https://sharetrails.org/#Welcome


Don Amador
Western Representative
Sharetrails.Org/BlueRibbon Coalition
Email: brdon@sharetrails.org

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