Jun 27

Reclaiming the Puerto Suello Trail

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Trail Crew Volunteers, Come join us July 16th, 17th, & 18th on the Puerto Suello Trail!  The Puerto Suello Trail is a vital link that connects the Ventana Double Cone trail down to the Carmel River, thereby providing hiking/backpacking access to Hiding Canyon camp, Pine Valley, and beyond to Pine Ridge.  This will be a long (3-day / 2-night), challenging trip with plenty of brushing & clearing work to be done.  Our route will take us through the enchanted Carmel River drainage on our way to Hiding Camp which will serve as our home base while we work to brush & clear the lower reaches of the Puerto Suello Trail.  Along the way we will cross the Carmel River no less than 20+ times as the trail meanders through moss-covered boulders underneath a shaded canopy of coast live oaks and bay laurels.  Experienced volunteers are encouraged; if you have never been on a VWA trip this might not be for you simply due to the 9-mile hike in, the difficult terrain, and numerous river crossings.  Participants will need to be self-sufficient, with supplies for 3 days and 2 nights, shelter, and clothing. The VWA provides tools and training. Come out and join us as we help to make a difference in keeping our beautiful wilderness trails alive & healthy for all to enjoy. For more info, and to RSVP, contact volunteer@ventanawild.org

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