2022 Adopt-A-Trail Accomplishments

Adopters do important work in their sections of trail, which range from 1.6 to 16.8 miles. Some do the work alone and some assemble a group for the outing. Visiting as soon as they can after the snow melts in late spring, they cut and remove fallen trees, rake and hoe silt and debris out […]

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2022 Trail Crew Accomplishments

Summary 2022 CTF Crew Accomplishments  –  19 Trail Crews One trail crew and team leader training Four new crew leaders trained Four new cooks trained 187 volunteers (including crew leaders, cooks, trail workers, Operations Manager, etc.) 5633 volunteer hours contributed Three bridges constructed or repaired Avalanche debris cleared from several locations Hundreds of drains cleaned […]

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2021 Adopt-A-Trail Accomplishments

Summary 2021 Adopt-A-Trail – In 2021, CTF Field Operations Manager Darin Radatz continued managing the Adopt-A-Trail program. Radatz lead three training sessions for Adopters. During his year of leadership, 54% 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 […]

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CTF Crew Volunteers enjoy giving back to the Trail.

Crews Need You – Spaces Available

Posted March 25, 2019 – 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 […]

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