What we're about

If your interested in wilderness hiking, adventure, and giving back through volunteering, we are the group for you. Since 1990, Cohutta Wilderness Trail Volunteers have answered the call as the sole maintainers of the nearly 100 miles of trails within the Cohutta Wilderness, the largest Forest Service wilderness in the southeast. In partnership with the Chattahoochee National Forest, we plan a monthly trail maintenance event somewhere in the Cohutta's. No experience is necessary. Besides the satisfaction that comes from giving back, you will learn little-known secrets of the Cohutta Wilderness from Forest Service rangers and seasoned volunteers. Join us for just one volunteer event and we think you'll get hooked on the adventure, camaraderie, and fun.

First-time volunteers: please fill out a waiver form (http://bit.ly/vol-waiver) and bring it with you; alternately, we will have paper copies with us at the trailhead.

Cohutta Wilderness Trail Volunteers meetup group is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit corporation, incorporated as Conasauga District Trail Volunteers. We can and do accept tax-deductible donations for expenses such as safety equipment and trail tools. We are set up for donations arranged through AmazonSmile.

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Past events (64)

Hickory Ridge trail maintenance

Rice Camp Trailhead

Horseshoe Bend trail maintenance, part III

Horseshoe Bend Trail Head and campground

Horseshoe Bend trail maintenance, part II

Horseshoe Bend Trail Head and campground

Horseshoe Bend trail maintenance

Horseshoe Bend Trail Head and campground

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