NMMBA past-President Glen R is leading another ambitious work bee on the High Country Pathway, and you can help!
The High Country Pathway is one of the really wonderful trail systems that remains an undiscovered gem for far too many mountain bikers. This spring, we're heading back to the remote forests that serve as the backdrop of this wonderful trail to fix, clear, and enjoy a few select parts of the pathway on Memorial Day Weekend.
The DNR has given us access to the Staff Bunkhouse, giving us overnight accommodations for both Friday and Saturday night. We'll meet Friday at 9 am for the first of two days of trail work. Because of this unique location, volunteers need to remember that this is especially tough work. We'll have to ride in to access work sections, as well as be prepared to carry all our own tools and water for four or more hours of work per day.
The meet-up location and where we'll be bunking is right here: 9966 Twin Lakes Rd, Vanderbilt, MI 49795
All food and lodging will be covered by NMMBA, but that muscle and elbow grease comes from trail stewards like YOU! For more information about this unique trail day, make sure you email Glen at firstname.lastname@example.org Spots are limited, so if you're interested, let us know as soon as you can.
For more information about the High Country Pathway, head here.