Accomplishments

The 2020 CTF Trail Crew Schedule

Summer Trail Crews Now Live

Volunteer on a Trail Crew this summer. Give back and have fun! We need you. Here are the links: https://coloradotrail.org/volunteer/trail-crews/crew-schedule/ https://coloradotrail.org/volunteer/trail-crews/ctf-trail-crew-registration-and-waiver/ Exciting here at the CTF, we’ve recently mailed and posted online (it’s mobile friendly!) our Trail Crew Schedule. Please take a look at these work parties. You simply gaining a sense for the Trail […]

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2019 Adopt-A-Trail Accomplishments

In 2019, CTF Field Operations Manager Brent Adams continued managing the Adopt-A-Trail program. Adams lead three training sessions for Adopters. During his four years of leadership, 56% of current Adopters have attended a training session. Trainings focused on maintaining and improving drainage, identifying problems, and reporting to the CTF office. Adopters do important work in […]

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CTF Trail Crews: 2019 Accomplishments

Summary 15 Trail Crews One trail crew and team leader training 265 volunteers (including crew leaders, cooks, trail workers, Operations Manager, etc.) 10 training participants 8,286 volunteer hours contributed Avalanche debris cleared from several locations Six bridges repaired and/or replaced Hundreds of drains cleaned and/or constructed Three turnpikes constructed 0.37 miles of realignment or new […]

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Approaching Cottonwood Pass in CW02, some snowpack remains. Photo thanks to Jim Collins.

2019 Foundation Accomplishments

In 2019, 790 VOLUNTEER SHOWINGS contributed 16,728 hours preserving The Colorado Trail, an astounding $425,393 worth of labor! Adopt-A-Trail VOLUNTEERS • 312 Adopters, Helpers, & Training Attendees • 3,589 hours: Maintained the 567-mile CT (as they do annually) 80 volunteer Adopters plus their helpers Each visits their Adoption one or more times every season Cleared […]

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CTF Crew Volunteers enjoy giving back to the Trail.

Crews Need You – Spaces Available

The CTF could sure use your help on one of our Volunteer Trail Crews this year. We hope you’ll take a good look at the Crew schedule right now and sign up if you can. Having enough volunteers on each of our Trail Crews means the neediest parts of The Colorado Trail will be improved. […]

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CTF Trail Crews: 2018 Accomplishments

Summary 21 Trail Crews 325 volunteers (including crew leaders, cooks, trail workers, Operations Manager…) 8,288 volunteer hours contributed 63 lineal feet of turnpike constructed Hundreds of drains cleaned and/or constructed Four new bridges constructed .55 miles of new trail constructed Four Day Crew 0118 – Boswell Creek May 31 – June 3, 2018 Crew Leader:  […]

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2018 Foundation Accomplishments

In 2018 reported to us so far… 717 VOLUNTEERS contributed 13,418 hours preserving The Colorado Trail, an astounding $331,290 worth of labor! Adopt-A-Trail VOLUNTEERS • 280 Adopters & Helpers • 2,412 hours Maintained the 567-mile CT (as they do annually) 80 volunteer Adopters plus their helpers Each visits their Adoption one or more times every season Cleared the trail, sawing […]

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volunteers prepare to move a fallen tree using ropes

2018 Adopt-A-Trail Accomplishments

In 2018, CTF Field Operations Manager Brent Adams continued managing the Adopt-A-Trail program. Adams lead three training sessions for Adopters. During his three years of leadership, 49% of current Adopters have attended a training session. Trainings focused on maintaining and improving drainage, idenfiying problems, and reporting to the CTF office. Adopters do important work in […]

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2017 Trail Care Success:

In 2017… 807 CTF VOLUNTEERS contributed 19,852 hours preserving The Colorado Trail, an astounding $479,227 worth of labor! Adopt-A-Trail VOLUNTEERS • 265 Adopters & Helpers • 3,007 hours: Maintained the 567-mile CT (as they do annually) 94 volunteer Adopters plus their helpers Multiple excursions each summer Cleared the Trail, sawing and removing numerous fallen trees Cleaned hundreds of water […]

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2017 Trail Crew Accomplishments

17 Trail Crews, seven week-longs and 10 one-to-four day crews 338 volunteers (including crew leaders, cooks, trail workers, Operations Manager…) 7,437 volunteer hours contributed 60 lineal feet of turnpike constructed 250 drains cleaned and/or constructed Rotted log decking replaced and approaches rebuilt at Wurts Ditch bridges 0.4 miles of new trail constructed Four-day Crew 0117 […]

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