Trail Crew Photos
ADK 46r Trail Crew – Women Only Weekend 2021 July 17-18
Trail Crew Volunteers
2022 Trail Crew Sign-up!
It is time to sign up for this year’s trail maintenance projects. The work never ends and those woods need your strong backs and good humor. Please do not feel any pressure to do more outings than suits your schedule and life.
Please use our online sign-up form: Adirondack 46er Trail Crew Sign-Up 2022 – Google Forms. If you have problems using the online form, please reach out via e-mail: email@example.com (but please sign up on-line if at all possible). Come out and have fun as often as you can!
We look forward to seeing your smiling face and strong muscles in the woods. As always, THANK YOU FOR VOLUNTEERING!
— Joe Bogardus, Mark Simpson, Doug Varney, Mary Lamb, Curt Snyder and Brian Hoody – 46er Trailmasters
Note: If you are camping you must bring your camping pass with you to the gate and present the pass to the gate attendant.
|Dates||Worksite||Meet Time and Location||Project||Camping Dates||Campground||Campsite Numbers||Campsite Info|
|May 21||Elk Lake||7AM at Frontier Town for Car Pooling||Blow down sweep||no camping||provided|
|May 28-29||Dix-Round Pond, Giant North||May 28 7:30AM at Giant North, May 29 7:30AM at Round Pond||Blow down sweep||May 27-28||Sharp Bridge||10, 11, 12||https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24497.html|
|June 11-12||Newcomb Lake||7:30AM at trailhead, details to follow||Lake Newcomb, details to follow||June 10-11||Lake Harris||19, 21, 22||https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24469.html|
|June 18||Whiteface||7:30AM at trailhead||Blow down sweep||no camping||provided|
|July 9-10||Cascade Porter New Trail||7:30AM Van Hovenburg Parking Lot||Work with Tate Connor. OJT education on new trail hardening methods||no camping||provided|
|July 23-24||Women Only Weekend Hoffman’s Notch||7:30AM at Frontier Town||Bridge building on Hoffman’s Notch Trail||July 22-23||Frontier Town||T067,T069,T070,T074,T075||https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/112046.html|
|Aug 6-7||Calamity Brook Trail||7:15AM at Frontier Town for car pooling / 8:00AM at Upper Works trailhead||New Bridge. Trail Hardening||Aug 5-6||Lake Harris||63, 64, 65||https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24469.html|
|Aug 20-21||Essex Chain (Consider this to be our annual Trail Crew enmass event!)||7:30AM at Newcomb Ski Ctr. on Goodnow Flow Road||Blow down sweep, Side Cutting, Special Projects||Aug 19-20||Lake Harris||Loop sites 063,064,065||https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/24469.html|
|Sept 10-11||Calamity Brook Trail||7:15AM at Frontier Town for car pooling / 8:00AM at Upper Works trailhead||Trail Hardening||Sept 9-10||Frontier Town||T067,T069,T070||https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/112046.html|
|Sept 24-25||Calamity Brook Trail||7:15AM at Frontier Town for car pooling / 8:00AM at Upper Works trailhead||Trail Hardening||Sept 23-24||Frontier Town||T067,T069,T070||https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/112046.html|
Conservation Service Award Program
One of the 46ers primary Conservation Programs is the performance of volunteer trail work with the permission of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Our four Trailmasters arrange a yearly schedule of activities which is announced each spring. Both members and Aspiring Forty-Sixers are encouraged to participate.
In conjunction with this program the Board has created the Conservation Service Award program. The Outdoor Skills Work shop and the Trailhead Steward Program have been added to the list of ways to earn the Conservation service award. The Trailmasters maintain records of time spent by volunteers which qualifies the participants for recognition at various levels of service – 46 hours, 146 hours, 346 hours, 546 hours, 746 hours, and 1046 hours.