Your help is needed and appreciated!
Help us maintain and restore hiking trails in and around Ouray County. We work with the Uncompahgre National Forest and others to keep some of America’s most dramatic and beautiful trails in shape. To participate, join the Ouray Trail Group, then sign up for one of the scheduled trips below, and join our email list to hear about other single-day work opportunities.
Wilderness 1 day or 2-day (overnight) weekend trips:
Trail Work Weekend! Saturday, June 8th and Sunday, June 9th. Due to snow conditions, the hut trip is now an overnight trailwork campout at a lower elevation. Meet at the Dallas Trailhead at 9 a.m. and hike/work along the Dallas Corbett Loop, with camp on the Corbett Canyon connector. You can participate as a day trip either day or overnight. Contact John Hulburd at (360) 643-1593, wholebird@gmail
For more information, contact Wilderness Crew Leader John Hulburd, 360-463-1593, email@example.com.
Front Country single day weekend trips:
For more information, contact Front Country Crew Leader Hale Houts, 248-807-8613, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other work days are organized periodically from May through August for wilderness and front country trail work. Contact the crew leaders above to join the email list and find out when and where we are working.
Trail Register Maintenance:
These folks are responsible for collecting and replacing trail register sheets at trailheads. We maintain 39 trail register boxes, and you may sign up for whatever you are able to do. Contact Lisa Hickman, 970-209-5246, email@example.com.
August 8th: Cross Cut Training and Certification The U.S. Forest Service will provide a one-day crosscut saw training and certification in Ouray. The morning classroom session, 8:00 a.m., is at the Ridgway Visitor Center, and the afternoon field practice and certification is on a nearby trail. Participants who want to be certified must wear long pants, leather gloves, sturdy leather shoes and eye protection. All OTG members are welcome, at no cost! Take this opportunity to learn backcountry trail skills from professionals. For more information and to register, contact Steve Boyle, 970-417-2183, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
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 2019 Ouray Trail Group.
Designed and maintained by OTG Volunteers! Managed by PMC.