Mount Rose


Stewardship - Mount Rose

Trail Maintenance with Crosscut Saw and other common trail tools - Clear the trail of fallen trees and vegetation - This will be our second visit this summer.

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  • Very Strenuous
  • Challenging
  • Mileage: 6.4 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 2,000 ft

7:15 a.m. we will meet in  Haggen's Foods parking lot at 1313 Cooper Point Road.  Facing the store front in the large parking lot, we will be to the far left hand side by the trees. 

We can pick up others along the way if they request a separate meeting point.

On a previous scouting trip on June 21 there were 40 trees of various sizes down on the trail, all at elevations above Horse Camp.  There's a good hike required just to get to the work site, however, we may use an alternative route to the work site which requires less elevation gain, but the distance is further.   We will be moving moderately slow to the work site and them cautiously to each down tree as we evaluate the tree for clearing.  An earlier trail clearing trip on June 30 could have cleared several of the smaller problems (progress unknown at the time of this posting) and this trip will be devoted to clearing some of the more difficult entanglements and larger trees.  Additional trips to clear this trail will likely be scheduled as needed in July.   


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Mount Rose

Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials

High top hiking boots (work boots), work gloves, eye protection, long sleeve shirt and long pants are required for Crosscut Saw use- 

Crosscut Saws and a variety of trail clearing tools will be provided to equip the trail crew.  Personal Protection Equipment - hard hats, work gloves, eye protection will be provided as far as the supply lasts.  Those with loppers, hand pruners and other light with hand tools should consider bringing their favorite options.   


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