Iron Goat Trail

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Stewardship - Iron Goat Trail

Help celebrate National Public Lands Day by joining Volunteers for Outdoor Washington and the Forest Service for a day of maintenance on the Iron Goat trail or trail construction on the Kelley Creek Connector trail in the Wild Sky Wilderness.

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  • Easy
  • Moderate
  • Elevation Gain: 500 ft

Meet at the Martin Creek Trailhead of the Iron Goat Trail at 8:45 AM, Saturday, September 27.

Help celebrate National Public Lands Day by joining Volunteers for Outdoor Washington and the Forest Service for a day of maintenance on the Iron Goat trail or trail construction on the Kelley Creek Connector trail in the Wild Sky Wilderness. Be a part of celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act by giving back to one of Washington's amazing Wilderness areas. This day of trail work is organized and implemented by the Volunteers for Outdoor Washington and we are happy to support. See their events calendar for more information. 

Meet at the Martin Creek Trailhead of the Iron Goat Trail at 8:45 AM, Saturday, September 27.

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Iron Goat Trail


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials

Boots and long pants are highly recommended for trail work. You can also bring your own helmet and work gloves if you'd like. Tools, helmets work gloves and eye protection are provided.

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