North Fork Wood River – Youth (Full)

Volunteer Trail Work Project

North Fork Wood River – Youth (Full)

Volunteer Trail Work Project

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On this trip, youth volunteers will be exploring the Hemingway Boulder Wilderness, an area known for its terrific views and abundant wildlife. Over 16 miles of trail start at this trailhead all offering dramatic views of the Boulder Mountains, cold clear water of the North Fork Wood River, and wildflowers in bloom. We’ll meet at the North Fork Wood River Trailhead Sunday and base camp here for the week. Starting on Monday we’ll work up several of the trails in the area, clearing the trails of brush and downed trees, as well as improving the drainage and tread on the trails. We’ll return to camp each afternoon and enjoy meals together, provided and prepared by ITA volunteer chefs. Youth volunteers will have a day off mid-week to relax and explore.

Difficulty Rating: 2 – Moderate: Day trip trail work is performed medium distance from a trailhead. Volunteers will carry a daypack and tools, returning to camp every night.

More Information: All Trails

Estimated Drive Time to Meeting Spot: 5 Miles from the SNRA Headquarters. 30 Minutes North of Ketchum Idaho

Road Considerations: Bumpy, narrow dirt road coming in, AWD recommended

Volunteer Spots Available: 0 of 13

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