Sign Up for Trail-building Fundamentals Workshop on Feb. 1

Little snow is on the ground making volunteers anxious to get outside and work in the dirt.

On Thursday, February 1, join Tyler Albers, from Trails and Wilderness on the Pagosa Ranger District, as he leads a discussion on the functioning components of trails. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the why and how of volunteer trail work.

The workshop will be held at the District Ranger Office from 10:00am to 1:00pm. Planned topics include:

  • Forest Service trail management
  • Evolution of trails
  • Modern trail design and trail features

Please bring a brown bag lunch and we can continue to discuss topics through the lunch hour.

Space is limited; send an email to talbers@fs.fed.us to confirm your space. Only reserve a space if you are going to attend.

PATC functions as one of the coordinating organizations to assist with the care and maintenance of a few of the approximately 687 miles of trails that need maintenance in the Pagosa Ranger District.

About Pagosa Area Trails Council (PATC)

The Pagosa Area Trails Council (PATC) is a volunteer run 501(c)(3) organization which functions as the clearinghouse of organization and coordination for all of the trail user groups in Pagosa Springs. This is the place where all trail users are respected and come together, work together and work to meet the goal of keeping our trails open and valuable to the entire community.

For more information, please visit https://pagosatrails.org/about/.

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Stacy Boone

Stacy Boone is owner of Step Outdoors, LLC, and shares backcountry skills and practice, emphasizing self-awareness and confidence within recreational groups. She also serves as president of the Pagosa Area Trails Council.