People are getting the message
when they pass volunteer trail crews who are working on the trail
or read it in AMC Outdoors and other publications. If you're
using trails for recreation (hiking, biking, skiing, whatever) you
should also contribute to their maintenance. Where do you recreate?
Who maintains those trails? If you don't know, ask.
We do everything from digging in
the dirt, clipping branches and painting blazes, to moving rocks,
building steps, changing and building trails. Every project is
different and has work for folks with all abilities and experiences
(including none). We teach you everything you need to know —
and why. Come
join us to learn how and why the trails in the northeast are some of
the best maintained in the country, and to meet and be the people
responsible for them.
Just one day a year is all that's
necessary if everyone pitches in. But don't be surprised that
you find trail work as fun, creative, interesting and compelling as
the rest of us who return time and time again. The work is lots of
fun — if it weren't, none of us would do it!
Wanna be a trailwork leader?
Do you love trailwork so much that you want to do more?
Can't find the date, place or project you want?
Become an AMC NH trailwork leader!
Email us for more information