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Catskill Mountains | Catskill Interpretive Center Trail Construction
Posted July 18th, 2014 by Jeff Senterman
Crew Name:Catskills Trails Crew
Project date:Sunday, August 10, 2014 - 10:00am - 3:00pm
Project/Trail Location:The Catskills Trail Crew will be working on constructing a new trail at the site of the future Catskill Interpretive Center that will bring hikers and visitors from the Catskill Interpretive Center, across a stream and up the slope to the future site of a Fire Tower.
Project Description:The Trail Conference's Catskills Trail Crew will be working on developing a new interpretive hiking trail as part of the development and construction of the Catskill Interpretive Center. On this trip we will be clearing the trail route and beginning to construct the trail. Work will include clearing, sidehilling and tread construction. This work trip is part of a series of workshops and work trips that will be held at the Catskill Interpretive Center in Mount Tremper. Ongoing workshops and work trips will be held to build an interpretive hiking trail on the property that will be open to the public for hiking. Please make sure to wear your hiking boots; dress appropriately for the outdoor conditions and our trail building activities; pack plenty of water to stay hydrated; bring work gloves; and bring a bag lunch. The public is welcome to join us and you do not need to be a member of the Trail Conference to join the Trail Crew. No experience is necessary, we will provide the tools and the training on site before we get started. If you are planning on attending, please send an email to Crew Leader Jeff Senterman at [email protected].
Contact name:Jeff Senterman
Contact phone:(518) 628-4243
The work will begin at 5114 New York 28 Mt Tremper, NY 12457 42.027633, -74.268607 Turn off of Route 28 at the Catskill Park Information sign onto the Interpretive Center roadway, drive past the information kiosk, cross the bridge and enter the circular part of the road. The trail crew will be entering the woods at the north side of the circle near the small sign-in booth. Parking is available along the circle.