What better way to celebrate the first day of Autumn, my favorite season to be outside than to do trail work with on the CDT?
A relatively light, very portable, effective, and just plain fun tool for trail maintenance. With some loppers and a Silky, a good basic tool kit is complete.
Some trail work on segments 12 and 14 of The Colorado Trail (East) over two days with some friends old and new.
Some trail work on the CDT with the Continental Divide Trail Work Coalition near Grand Lake, Colorado.
Need some durable, versatile and inexpensive pants for trailwork and other outdoor activities? Consider some military style Battle Dress Uniform (BDU) pants.
More and more work is done by volunteer groups for protecting our wild lands. These groups need our help. Here’s some ways you can give this help.
The humble frisbee makes a great dinner plate for camping: light, durable, inexpensive and effective.
Some trail work with the Continental Divide Trail Coalition and Colorado Native Lager’s Brew Crew.
Some trail work with Friends of Mt. Evans and Lost Creek Wilderness.
Trail Groove Issue 21. Lots of great articles. I wrote one about trail work.