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National Trails Day: June 5, 2010
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Jack H.
(Found) - F

Locale: Sacramento, CA
National Trails Day: June 5, 2010 on 06/04/2010 07:42:32 MDT Print View

What are you doing for National Trails Day?

I'll be walking along a northern california beach with a large group of friends.

Post pictures!

Jack H.
(Found) - F

Locale: Sacramento, CA
Re: National Trails Day: June 5, 2010 on 06/06/2010 07:29:43 MDT Print View

Well? Who went hiking?

I was at Point Reyes.


David Chenault
(DaveC) - BPL Staff - F

Locale: Crown of the Continent
re: NTD on 06/06/2010 09:24:21 MDT Print View

I went skiing, though we did hike up to and back down from the snow:

Jeffrey Kuchera

Locale: Great Lakes
Where I hiked. on 06/06/2010 12:37:04 MDT Print View

I took an urban hike right in my hometown. Still managed to see deer, squirrel, snake, and birds. Not a very exotic location but the morning was still well spent. It was neat to get a different perspective of very familiar areas.

Dean F.
(acrosome) - MLife

Locale: Back in the Front Range
Barr Trail on 06/06/2010 21:53:16 MDT Print View

Utterly by coincidence, the Barr Trail up Pikes Peak.

Scott Lehr
(lehrscott4) - F

Locale: Louisville - KY
Connector Trail on 06/08/2010 12:33:45 MDT Print View

We joined in the ribbon cutting ceremony of a new connector trail at Jefferson Memmorial Forest. There was a presentation to a volunteer of 40 years who broke down into tears after he realized they named the new trail after him, the "Yost" ridge connector. Its a short 1.2 mile trail and quite easy at that, but it was just a really nice event that makes you feel good inside. The city of Louisville won a $5,000 government grant to assist in the building of this new trail. This new trail allows access to all other trails in the forest from the welcome center.

Sam Haraldson
(sharalds) - MLife

Locale: Gallatin Range
National Trails Day: June 5, 2010 on 06/08/2010 13:58:51 MDT Print View

My roomate Mike and I went for an overnight backpacking trip into the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness.

Mike fords the West Fork Boulder River