Darrington Ranger District Trails

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Stewardship - Darrington Ranger District Trails

Brushing, tread and drainage work on the Meadow Mountain Trail in the Darrington Ranger District.

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  • Moderate/Strenuous
  • Moderate
  • Mileage: 8.0
  • Elevation Gain: 2,000 ft

6:30 AM at IGA in Granite Falls or  07:20 at parking at end of road. 

Leader Permission required on this trip - - contact leader before signing up.  Primary focus will be removing sloughing from tread to prevent it from migrating downhill, clearing drainage paths.  

In addition to the 10 Essentials, plan to wear long pants/long sleeves while working. Bring a large pack to help carrying tools.  Also bring hardhat, work gloves, eye protection, cut-resistant high-top boots, water (streams available through July) and lunch.  If you don't have a hardhat one can be provided for you to use with advance notice to leader.  

NO bike ride to trailhead on this trip

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participants will earn:

Route/Place

Darrington Ranger District Trails



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    Green Trails Silverton No. 110
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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials, long pants/long sleeves while working. Bring hardhat, work gloves, eye protection and cut-resistant high-top boots,.  We will be carrying tools so bring a pack that will accommodate attaching/carrying tools.  Hard hat can be provided with prior notice to leader.

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