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Trail Work Day! Bull Run Mountains Area! A Free Month of Hikes for Volunteering!

  • Apr 5, 2014 · 9:00 AM
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Trail Work Day with Bull Run Mountain Conservancy! Free Month of Hikes with Mid-Atlantic Hiking Group for Volunteering!

Bull Run Mountains Natural Area Preserve just 15 minutes from Manassas, Middleburg, and Warrenton, Virginia

Time of the Event

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where is the Location of the Trail Work Project?

Click here for directions to where to meet for this trail work day.

What Will We Be Doing?

Join BRMC, Virginia Outdoors Foundation, and Potomac Appalachian Trail Club, and Mid-Atlantic Hiking Group in our efforts to improve the trail system on the Mountain. We’ll be continuing our work on Fern Hollow and beyond.

What is the Bull Run Mountains Conservancy, Inc. (BRMC)?

The Bull Run Mountains Conservancy, Inc. (BRMC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1995 to protect the Bull Run Mountains through education, research, and stewardship. As the most easterly chain in the Piedmont, the Bull Run Mountains include unique ecosystems and the headwaters of the Occoquan and Goose Creek watersheds. The Bull Run Mountains are also rich in Virginia and Civil War history. BRMC is headquartered on the southern 800 acres of the 2,500-acre Bull Run Mountains Natural Area Preserve just 15 minutes from Manassas, Middleburg, and Warrenton, Virginia. Click here for further information about the conservancy.

What to Bring?

Work Gloves (If You Have Them)

Hiking Boots (If You Have Them or Sneakers)


A Smile

MAHG MEMBERS who volunteer in this volunteer trail work opportunity will receive free hikes (regular 1-2 dollar value hikes only) with The Mid-Atlantic Hiking Group (MAHG) for the next 30 days from the date of the event (or the date I confirm receipt of your e-mail; whichever comes later) as a token of our gratitude and appreciation for helping us take care of the trails! However, YOU MUST let me know that you attended the event in order to receive your free hikes by sending me a brief description of the project you worked on to [masked]. If you do not receive an e-mail confirmation from me within 48 hours after sending your summary, pretty please text or call me at 240.393.7640. I receive an average of 300 e-mails from members daily and as a result, it is possible for me to run days behind when responding to e-mails. Please note that there is only one me and over 13,500 of you-grin.  Thanks so much for your time and for participating in this community-building event and it should be a ton of fun too. I hope to see you out on the trail soon. Note: If you contact me after the event has occurred to let me know you were there, but you did not sign up on our site in advance, you will not receive any free hikes.

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  • Alex G.

    Thanks for the opportunity to help out.

    2 · April 5, 2014

  • Janis

    Fantastic work by all the volunteers today! The results are absolutely wonderful!

    1 · April 5, 2014

  • Heike

    Great to get out again after a long winter. Nice group of people volunteering for trail work. We all worked well together!!

    2 · April 5, 2014

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