Great fall hiking is available right now. 20+ miles of trails carefully maintained by our many volunteers.
Many thanks to the crew that turned out for the annual work day on October 15th. On that day - and on many days in the past few weeks - volunteers have liberated most of the trail system from encroaching branches, briers, and rocks; bridges have been reinforced; creeks have become more passable; & the warming house received a good dusting.
The entire system of Westside trails was cleared on November 7th (a huge thank you to Dick P, Steve G, and Tom P). All of the remaining downed trees on the Eastside were cleared on November 8th (major thanks to Jerry W and John Z).
Earlier this summer, one of our major challenges was repair of our most important bridge. It's on the East Side of the trail system, and allows multiple trails to interconnect with the East Side Core Loop.
The following pictures are from spring/summer/fall 2011 on the Blue Hills Trail.
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