ITA volunteers will be partnering with the Washington Trails Association for this project in Northern Idaho. Both groups will start working on the Jackson Creek Trail in their respective states and we will meet in the middle! On the border of the Salmo- Priest Wilderness this seldom maintained trail has plenty of downed trees to cut out. Only 2.5 miles to the wilderness boundary, the Idaho side has minimal elevation gain as it follows the creek through old growth forest and is part of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail. Meet us Friday evening and we’ll car camp together at the trailhead for a weekend of beautiful fall trail work!
Difficulty Rating: 2 – Moderate: Day trip trail work is performed a small to medium distance from a trailhead. Volunteers (up to a dozen) will carry a daypack and tools.
More Information: Trail Report from WTA
Estimated Drive Time to Meeting Spot: 1 Hour from Nordman Idaho, 1.5 hours from Priest River
Volunteer Spots Available: 5 of 11
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