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Wyoming Range Connector Trail Re-route


Re-route a significant connector trail to the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail from the McDougal Gap Trailhead off of Forest Service Road 10125. Did you know that the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail is 70 miles long and runs the crest of the whole Wyoming Range? This Wyoming gem is a congressionally-designated National Recreation Trail but it could use some love!

We’ll work from the McDougal Gap Trailhead from 9am-4pm digging a couple miles of new trail. Volunteers should bring all the food, water and gear they need for a day outside, we’ll provide trail tools! Contact Sarah@btfriends.org with questions or to let us know you’re coming. Great dispersed camping options nearby.

Earlier Event: July 26
Oyster Ridge Music Festival
Later Event: August 3
Middle Ridge Trail Work