Henry Hagg Lake Work Day (Gaston)
April 2, 2016 from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Northwest Trail Alliance is sponsoring a Trail Work Day at Henry Hagg Lake on Saturday April 2nd at 9 AM, and we’d love it if you could join us! Come and help shape one of the closest single-track areas to the west side of Portland.
Some of this 14-mile trail stays very muddy when wet, and we’re planning on making it ridable more of the year, so we will be adding some gravel to some open-field muddy sections. It should pound in nicely over time!
So bring your boots, some gloves, some water, and even a shovel or rake if you have one. We will supply snacks and drinks.
We will be meeting at Hagg Lake’s Boat Ramp C, at the covered pavilion on your right as you enter. You will not need to pay parking. Just stop at the booth and tell them you are working on the trail, and they’ll give you a day pass.
We plan on working 3 or 4 hours. Don’t plan on riding afterward unless it’s very dry, since the trails are generally still muddy at Hagg in April — which is why we’re working on them!