The Trail Crew meets the 2nd Saturday of each month at 9:00am

in front of Big Basin State Park Headquarters: Rain or Shine.

 

A typical workday lasts until mid afternoon. Participation is flexible, with most trail crew members working an average of six Saturdays a year. Since our main focus is maintaining existing trails, we are busiest during the Winter and Spring as we work to keep up with storm damage. It seems we get our largest turn out in the rain.

Bring yourself, lunch, water, boots, gloves, and a good attitude.  We have tools but you are welcome to bring you own.  See you on the trails.

Contact us at bbvtc.org@gmail.com

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Can't join us on our work days? You can help by making a donation to keep us in tools and supplies that are essential in maintaining the trails.  Go to our sponsor Mountain Parks Foundation to donate (http://www.mountainparks.org/donate/) and in the In Memory/Honor of box enter "for BBVTC".  Thanks for your support of the Trail Crew and Big Basin State Park.

 
Last year we cleared 48" Fir in the middle of North Escape Road an this year another 48” was cleared on STS (FEB-2019)

Last year we cleared 48" Fir in the middle of North Escape Road an this year another 48” was cleared on STS (FEB-2019)

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April, 13 2019: After a logging demonstration 2 crews headed to Middle Ridge at Skyline to the Sea and one to No. Escape. We are closing in our 50th anniversary.

April, 13 2019: After a logging demonstration 2 crews headed to Middle Ridge at Skyline to the Sea and one to No. Escape. We are closing in our 50th anniversary.

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BBVTC Volunteer Hours

Total 2019 YTD: 541 hrs

  Total 2018: 1245hrs