September 7/02 10:23 am - Volunteers Needed at Hilton Falls, IMBA Trail Crew Day at Hardwood Hills
Posted by Editoress on 09/7/02
Volunteers Needed for Bridge Construction at Hilton Falls September 21
Hilton Falls Conservation Area at Milton is asking for volunteers to help with the construction of bridges on some of the mountain bike trails within the park. For the 2002 season Hilton Falls has received a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, as well as donations from local companies, for the materials necessary to build these bridges. The bridges will help to make the Hilton Falls trails more environmentally friendly and sustainable throughout the year.
Volunteers are requested for 9am on Saturday, September 21st. Cordless drills with a bit for Robertson Head screws are a big help. Bring your bike and your coffee mug. A free lunch, drinks, and admission to the trails are provided in appreciation of volunteer work. Please call Hilton Falls at 905-854-0262 or email at email@example.com to let us know that you can help.
Hilton Falls Conservation Area is located on Campbellville Road, west of Regional Rd 25 and east of Guelph Line, just to the north of Highway 401.
IMBA Trail Crew Day Oct 4/5, 2002, Hardwood Hills MTB Center
The International Mountain Biking Association's Subaru/Trail Care Crew is travelling from Colorado to Ontario to host a Trail Building School on October 4th and 5th, 2002 at Hardwood Hills MTB Center, near Barrie, Ontario. This workshop is co-ordinated by Team Hardwood in partnership with IMBA.
Sponsored by Subaru of America and directed by the International Mountain Biking Association(IMBA) the Trail Care Crew works with mountain-biking and multi-use trail clubs, land managers and trail users to build new trails, maintain and restore existing trails and to solve trail management challenges. The Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crews improve trail conditions and trail experiences for everyone. This workshop is a unique opportunity for anyone involved with multi-use trails to learn from the experts.
The Trail Session is also schedules in co-ordination with the Hardwood Hills MTB RAID on Sunday Oct 6th. Limited camping will be available for those wishing to stay overnight on Friday and/or Saturday.
The public is invited to register by contacting Kevin Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (705) 487-3775. Registration for the IMBA session is free. Attendees are asked to bring their own trail building tools (shovels, metal rakes and hoes) as well as their bikes!
Friday Oct 4
7:00 pm - Riding the World with IMBA" Slide Show/Social. Showcasing the best trails and rides the Trail Crew has experienced across Canada and the US this year.
Saturday Oct 5
9:00 am - Trail Building School - Classroom Session. Workshop introducing and discussing trail building and maintenance concepts and proven methods.
1:00 pm - Trail Work Session. Using ideas from the morning, the group will go on the trail system to do actual trail work.
Sunday Oct 6
10:00 am - Hardwood Hills MTB RAID and petite raid. Join the Trail Crew and others to participate in the annual MTB RAID. Entry must be arranged separately. See www.hardwoodhills.ca for full info.
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