From the tireless team at MRWA.....
Join us for trail work in the Fight Trail area this week! Our work sessions are Wednesday Oct 4th from 3:00 - 7:00 and Thursday Oct 5th from 9:30 - 1:30. Weekend sessions TBA.
On Wednesday afternoon we will be building new trail, linking granite ridges with sustainable trail: grubbing organics, moving rocks and relocating dirt. Join us when you can for as long as you can. If you arrive late, follow the BLUE flags to find us. Note there are 2 trails starting from the cul-de-sac! Take the trail on the right, flagged blue, with "Trail Under Construction" sign. A grant from MEC has allowed us to hire TrailFlow Outdoor Adventures to lead the construction of this new trail, but we need volunteers to stretch the contract funds as far as possible. Thanks MEC and thanks volunteers!
On Thursday morning MRWA volunteers will be replacing a boardwalk on the Attic, an existing trail in the area. If you plan to join this work crew please let us know by replying to this email. Meet at the cul-de-sac at the very end of Alabaster Way in the Governor's Brook subdivision in Spryfield (access from Drysdale Road). Bring sturdy shoes, work gloves and water. You don't need to commit to the full 4-hour session! If you arrive late, take the new short access trail (left option from the cul-de-sac) to the Attic and proceed clockwise to the long boardwalk. Here's a map: https://www.trailforks.com/report/204467/
Details of weekend work sessions TBA, but the plan is to start tackling the mega mud hole on the Attic (-:
These trails are part of the McIntosh Run Trail System, an approved network of singletrack trails for non-motorized recreation on public land between Spryfield and Herring Cove.
MRWA Trails Committee