Last weekend a dozen or so SGWA volunteers tackled the John’s Meadow Trail. This trail is a popular one, and especially for beginning backpackers and those who aren’t ready for a strenuous hike but still want to get out in the Wilderness. A couple spots were eroded, with big step-ups over boulders and tree roots. The crew moved a ton of rocks and dirt to make this trail just a little easier. See the entire project album at volunteer John Flippin’s site here.
The 2017 SGWA yearbook has been published. All our volunteers are listed along with plenty of pictures of the work we’ve done over the past year. We were especially happy to have the South Fork trail re-opened! Below is a link to the page where you can download the yearbook in PDF format.
They say “Better late than never!” so here is a link to the SGWA August newsletter for your enjoyment. There is a long article with pictures about the trail work done in the Lake Fire burn area. August newsletter is at the top of the list.