Johnson Pass North Drainage Maintenance
Time & Location
About the Event
We will be doing drainage work to reestablish and clean out existing drainages as we progress along the trail. This can be wet and muddy so rubber boot may be preferred. There may also be some trail widening and tread repair. We will be working as we progress along the trail, addressing drainages as we arrive at them. We will likely travel 2 – 3 miles in one direction, making the total distance 4 – 6 miles. Work will be strenuous at times and volunteers must come prepared with food and water for the day. We will not be returning to the trailhead for lunch.
WHAT TO WEAR:
Long Pants (you may stain them with dirt)
Sturdy Work Boots (NOT sneakers). This can be wet and muddy so rubber boot may be preferred.
WHAT TO BRING:
Food (lunch and snack)
Water bottles for a whole day on the trail (recommend 1 gallon at least)
Back pack (lunch, food, water for the day)
Rain gear, warm layers, bug spray, sun screen, bear spray if available
Work Gear: gloves and safety glasses if you have them (if you don't, they will be provided for the day).
What NOT to bring: Alcohol, drugs, pets, children or firearms.
DIRECTIONS/ADDRESS/NAME OF TRAILHEAD:
Johnson North Trailhead (south of Turnagain Pass):
At Mile 64, Seward Highway, (east of Granite Creek Campground) turn south on Forest Service signed gravel road for 1/4 miles to trailhead parking.
Notes: Volunteers must be 18 or older. Must be physically fit enough to hike at a swift pace carrying tools.
- Johnson Pass North Trailhead$0$00$0