Some ACMU volunteers will be working on the trail again on Saturday, November 14. We plan to be there at about 10 a.m. WE ENCOURAGE ANYONE INTERESTED IN USING THIS TRAIL THIS WINTER TO SHOW UP AND HELP OUT WITH TRAIL CLEARING. We know it’s deer season, but if you’ve gotten your deer, please consider lending a hand!
Thanks so much to the people who have worked on the trail so far and those who walked the entire trail recently to report that the middle section of the trail still needs a lot of work! The first mile or so is looking good, but further in it is still rough cut and needs a lot more brush and log throwing from the treadway and stumps pulled and/or knocked down.
Please join us – wear sturdy boots, work gloves and bring shovels, grub hoes, or rakes. U.S. Forest Service chainsaw certified helpers would be especially welcome!
It was a major accomplishment to get this new trail authorized by the U.S. Forest Service and through the courts. Forest Service crews have spent hundreds of hours working on this new trail.
It is a major victory for multiple use to have this snowmobile adjacent to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Let’s continue our success and get the trail in good shape for this winter.
By the way, volunteers are welcome to go up and clear at anytime! The route is easy to follow. Many hands make light work, come on out and lend some time on this hard-fought trail.
Anyone with questions, please call Arrowhead Coalition for Multiple Use secretary Diane Greeley at 370-0304.