Powered by a mutual love of recreation in Capitol State Forest near Olympia, dedicated volunteers came together to make an important contribution to the 100,000-acre forest’s trails. In partnership with the Back Country Horsemen of Washington, Washington ATV Association, and Evergreen Sportsmen’s Club, volunteers on foot, horseback, and all-terrain vehicle, reinforced one-fourth mile of trail on the Campground trail and one mile of Waddell Basin West trail with gravel.
For more than ten years, Great Gravel Pack-in volunteers have reinforced more than 12 miles of trail in Capitol State Forest. This year they moved 30 yards of gravel (75,000 pounds).
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Volunteers with the Back Country Horsemen of Washington dedicated the event to Daniel Lyon, a firefighter severely burned in the 2015 Twisp River Fire, and the firefighters who bravely work to protect our forests from wildfire.
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