HIGHLIGHTS – New Soak Creek Section . . . BreakAway Registration . . . Laurel-Snow Bridge . . . Build a Foot of Trail for $4 ! . . . Former WagonMasters and new Local Volunteers for BreakAway Welcome . . ! . . . Kudos for the Crew . . .
Volunteer on July 14 ! . . . . . . Multiple Trail Building opportunities ! . . . . . . . . Hike Safe This Summer . . . . . . . Take A Map . . . The CTC and CTSST difference is ?
Alternative Spring Break 2018 Tally
In the four weeks of ASB this year 1.9 miles of trail were constructed between Black Mountain and Ozone Falls, leaving about four more to go. The new section is not open and is not continuous. Work picked up from end of trail off East side of Black Mountain on Week One. By Week Three, the approach to the work site had shifted to an old access road off Renegade Mountain.
CT Passes 200 Milestone . . .
With the opening of the 7.3 mile Daddys Creek Section in November, the Cumberland Trail passed the 200 mile mark !
Make a Resolution ! Only 97 miles to go (more or less). What better way to celebrate the 200 mile mark by resolving to hike 50 miles of the CT in 2017 and qualify for a 50 Miler Badge!
2015 End Of Year Score . . .
BreakAway Program: 50 students = 1,395 hours; local volunteers and Rangers = 672 hours. 3/4 mile of trail finished near Graysville.
Fall Big Dig add over 3 miles of trail in the Daddys Creek area with the help of 4 crew staff and 820 volunteer hours. Work continued in Daddy’s Creek with two more miles added.
Work began with Southern Crew on McGill Creek area.
3,612 total volunteer hours for the year.
Cumberland Trails Conference
409 Thurman Ave # 102
Crossville, TN 38555
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