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Five Years of Trail Work

We’d like to thank everyone who contributed by our 5th Annual Trails day. Deciding to join the fun is deciding to give back to the forest and its users. This year we worked on the Oliverian-Downes Brook XC Ski Trail West Loop bringing its corridor back to specs. It’ll be a plus for anyone skiing it this coming winter. Go check it out!

We’d like to thank the USFS Saco District for helping us do this right so that we’re helping in a meaningful way. We’d also like to thank NH Andy and his NH Trailworkers Group for being a solid partner with us in this all these years. For those who don’t know, Andy is a huge supporter of volunteer trail work. Thanks also goes to White Mountain Endurance and Tuckerman Brewing for helping assure the volunteers were rewarded with a cold one after the event. And of the most importance: thank you awesome volunteers!

The volunteers gather for a briefing and safety talk before heading out.

Group pic before we head out.

Still clean and not sweating, That will soon change.

From Redline Guiding Mike Maciel — now knighted Sir Maciel — and Mike Cherim represent.

Steve, red hard hat, and his wife Holly have done this with us all five years so far. Thanks for that, guys!

Redline Guide Mike Maciel has been a great representative and volunteer. Thanks Mike.

Tuckerman Brewing has a love of trail work and gave us a freebie for our service.

Interject Wedding Here…

PS. As an aside, a couple, Jim and Renee, got married on the same day. Redline Guiding owner Mike Cherim had to break away from the trail work and head to Cannon for a couple hours to hitch these two kids. Congratulations to Jim and Renee!

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