Stewardship - Church Creek–Satsop Lakes

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Stewardship - Church Creek–Satsop Lakes

This is a overnight trail project to clear obstacles on the Church Creek Trail starting from the Western trailhead near Lake Wynoochee. Several logs to be removed or moved and some great brushing. Come on Friday or Satruday or both days,.

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  • Moderate/Strenuous
  • Moderate
  • Mileage: 2.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 1,600 ft

Because of the longer drive to the trail, we are making this a two day trail project to maximize time on the trail. 

We will meet at Hagggen's Food and Drug at 1313 Cooper Point Rd at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, August 6. Meet on the lefthand side of the large parking lot, over by the trees. It will be helpful if car pools can be arranged prior to 8:00.  I am having trouble locating an overnight parking spot. If neccesary we will be leaving cars at my home 10 minutes from Haggens.

We will begin  working from the Western trailhead about 25 minutes from the Lake Wynooochee Dam Overlook.  There are several large tree parts down on the trail, some may need cutting before they can be moved off.  There's also much brushing along the trail.  We are making plans to use USFS cordless brushcutter to help with the brushing. 

We have a private campsite at Lake Wynoochee for those interested in spending the night.  Car Camping details will be shared with those who register or inquire at jimfrenchwa@comcast.net

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Route/Place

Church Creek–Satsop Lakes


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials

Day pack with 10 essentials, water, lunch and snacks.

Trail crew members will need to dress for the weather, wear work or hiking boots.  Sawyers will need to wear long pants and longs sleaves shirts. 

Tools, hard hats work gloves and eye protection are provided.

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