Any member may be contacted by mail at our mailing address below. To order a Hiking Trails of Ouray County map or Hiking Ouray With Kids - And Everyone Else! book by mail, send a letter to "Ouray Trail Group, PO Box 50, Ouray CO 81427" requesting the map and/or book. Enclose $12.00 to cover the cost of the map, handling and mailing or $10.00 for the book. Both may be ordered for $20.00. Make your check out to: "Ouray Trail Group."
The President has overall responsibility for the Ouray Trail Group mission and objectives. He calls and presides over group meetings, assigns tasks and assures the group is functioning as prescribed in the articles of incorporation and bylaws. Steve maintains communications with partner organizations and the USFS.
The Vice-President acts in the absence of the President. He actively works with the President and each of the Standing Committees and Liaisons to implement the mission and objectives.
Lisa maintains and organizes the communications and written record of OTG and its membership.
Hale maintains and organizes the financial aspects of OTG.
Ben communicates and coordinates Nordic trail activities, including publicity, membership and the annual fund raising Ouray Nordic Council dinner.
Hale determines what trails need work, type of work to be completed, tools and equipment needed and when that work is to be done. He contacts members to set up a group of workers for each project.
John determines trail work needed in backcountry areas and when that work is to be done. He contacts members to set up a group of workers for each project.
Chris advises the board on trail and structural engineering.
At-large board members are voting members of the board, overseeing all aspects of operations.
Karen directs the sales of our two publications, the Hiking Trails of Ouray County Map, and book, Hiking Ouray with Kids, which she has written. She leads and coordinates the work required in the publication of new editions of each.
At-large board members are voting members of the board, overseeing all aspects of operations. Jill also organizes trail recon efforts for the group.
At-large board members are voting members of the board, overseeing all aspects of operations. Jennifer also informs OTG on trail related conservation issues.
The membership of the Ouray Trail Group is voluntary, and new members are always welcome. To join OTG and be placed on an email list to receive notice of meeting dates, projects, and more, click below.
PO Box 50 | Ouray, CO 81427 | https://ouraytrails.org | firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a non-profit corporation of volunteers, founded in 1986, dedicated to the preservation and safe public use of Ouray County's trails, working in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, Ouray Ranger District. Copyright 2021 Ouray Trail Group.
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