Thursday, May 16, 2013

National Trails Day 2013

A Washington Trails Association volunteer
rebuilds a trail near Comet Falls in 2012
Looking for something to do on National Trails Day, June 1st? Consider joining the Washington Trails Association at Mount Rainier! We have two options to choose from:
  • If you're just looking for a day project, meet up at the Ohanapecosh Visitor Center at 8:30 a.m. on June 1. The specific project location hasn't been set yet, but it'll be somewhere nearby. For details and to sign up, visit
  • If one day is simply not enough, consider filling one of the last two spaces available in WTA's "Volunteer Vacation," working on the Wonderland Trail near Ipsut Creek. This is a week-long project running from June 1 to June 8. You provide the sweat, WTA will provide the food and comraderie. There is an additional fee involved. For details and to sign up, visit
WTA will also be leading other trail projects on National Trails Day, perhaps closer to where you live, so check out their full list of options at Watch the same list for more projects at Mount Rainier, too -- every weekend, in fact, for the remainder of the summer!

Have fun, and we'll see you out there!

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