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Ribbon Cuttings and an Amazing Trail Workshop

The Mammoth Lakes Trail System is having an exciting season with new trails in the Sherwins, an educational and fun trail workshop, and much more to come!

The Developing SMARTER Trails Workshop took place on July 8th and 9th and was well attended by over 45 people from far and wide. Woody Keen of Trail Wisdom led us through a full day of education and discussion at the Mammoth Lakes Fire Station on Saturday. Then we worked together to build over 1/4 mile of new single track on Sunday.

Woody Keen

Thanks to the Mammoth Lakes Fire Department for the use of the great facility

Kim Anaclerio with MLTPA and Stan Bales with BLM

Thanks for such a dynamic and fun education Woody!

Workshop participants also learned how to design trails with clinometers in a beautiful setting.

Greg Williams of the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship and Garrett Villanueva with the USFS

The Meadow Trail Connector

"Beautiful Places Cast Reflections of Beautiful People"

Greg Williams

The Mayor of Mammoth Lakes, Mr. John Wentworth and our amazing group of talented workshop participants building single track

Thanks to Kevin Joell for leading the trail construction crew and for providing the machine

We are grateful for all of the people who helped to make the workshop a success: Mammoth's own Measure R, Inyo National Forest, Mammoth Lakes Recreation, the Town of Mammoth Lakes, MLTPA, Mammoth Lakes Library, Mammoth Lakes Fire Department, Mammoth Lakes Tourism.

A special thanks to Woody Keen, Laurel Harkness, Garrett Villanueva, Kevin Joell, Stan Bales, and Greg Williams for bringing the trail tribes together in Mammoth Lakes.

A special thanks to Mono County for contributing valuable resources to our trail crew this season!

The next opportunity to participate in trail work and fun is on August 5th. Stay tuned for details!