Another EASY Car Camp One Night Trail Work Terrace Creek

Canceled

Big Sur Station

Big Sur Station · Big Sur, CA

How to find us

Contact leader for specific directions.

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Details

TRIP TITLE / DATES / IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS:

Car Camp One Night Terrace Creek Trail Brush/Tread/Logging

IMPORTANT: LEADER APPROVAL REQUIRED IN ADVANCE. NO EXCEPTIONS.

VWA TRAIL CREW LEADER:

Maria Ferdin

OVERVIEW:
We have received permission to work on this closed trail. However, all participants must be approved in advance. Our car camp location is primitive with NO water. You must bring enough for two days.

We are working near the trailhead this time and likely not go further than a half mile down from the Wilderness sign.

We will work on removing brush and restoring tread AND removing PO. If you are not too allergic, we could use your help.

These Trails are closed to the public. Our work will be the first step to reopening both the Terrace Creek Trail and eventually the Pine Ridge Trail. We need your help!

However, this trip is limited to participants who have been on trips before. The leader MUST be able to vouch for you before you can participate. That being said, we need all the help we can get to clear this trail. This will be a good introduction and trailwork.

MEET: Big Sur Multi Agency Facility 8 A.M. DON'T BE LATE!

IMPORTANT: Meetup directions may not be the best. In you mapping program, search for:
Big Sur Station, 47555 CA-1, Big Sur, CA 93920

The Big Sur Multi Agency Facility is at Big Sur Station. It is on the east (inland) side of Highway One, about a half mile south of Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. For those coming from the north, after you pass Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, you cross the Big Sur River on an inconspicuous bridge. Then as you start the uphill, there is a left turn lane; use this left turn lane to turn in to the Multi Agency Facility at Big Sur Station. If you go over a larger bridge, and get to the Big Sur Bakery, you have gone too far.

LEADER APPROVAL REQUIRED due to the access issues; contact leader for acceptance on this trip and meeting details.

LOCAL WEATHER:

http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=36.211186929941974&lon=-121.54655456542969#.Uso3xbRa_BY

FOR QUESTIONS OR MORE DETAILS:

Maria Ferdin at [masked]

WHAT TO BRING:

Sturdy work clothes with long sleeved shirts and long pants; sturdy footwear. A daypack to carry your water and lunches for each day.

ALL FOOD for 2 days/1 night

WATER for camping. There is no water at our camp location.

Tecnu lotion for poison oak protection if you need it. There is LOTS of poison oak on this trail. Maybe less poison oak if you are on the saw team.

Your favorite work gloves, safety glasses, loppers and/or saw if you have them, otherwise tools and hardhats will be provided.

A tent for protection from bugs, or a headnet.

POTLUCK appetizer or dinner item. For new people, this means we will have a potluck shared dinner. Feel free to bring your own dinner, but you likely will not need it.