Mount Thompson-Ceton trail maintenance

By | July 2, 2013

The trail cleanup crew have certainly been busy.  Here’s a report from Debo…

On Sunday, June 30, six North Fork volunteers, organized by Frank Vitale, cleared brush and downfall off the Inuya Pass Trail to Mount Thompson-Ceton.   While Frank and Dale Duff cut 73 fallen logs and moved them off the trail, Bill Walker led a crew in cutting the brush (mostly overgrown alder) on the lower section of trail.  The trail is now clear from the end of Whale Creek Road through Inuya Pass and up to the notch before the final ascent to Mount Thompson-Ceton (which is still covered with snow).  The volunteer trail crew worked for over 10 hours on one of the hottest days of the year so far.   Many thanks to these volunteers (Frank, Dale, Bill, John, Mark, Debo) for improving one of the nicest trails in the Whitefish Range.

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