Thursday, May 23, 2019

Bloody Skillet Trail Work Details

Snow Shoe Rails to Trails held work details on the Bloody Skillet Trail May 20,21,22, 2019. The goal of the organization was to open up any trails blocked by trees, brush etc. and correct any safety issues like wash outs and report any other safety issues to DCNR,  Bob Fitterling. Over the three day period only one bag of trash was collected total. We want to thank all of you using the trail for taking out what you take in - Great job not littering. 

The first two days the crews started at Gillentown Trailhead and trailered out rt. 144 to northern most trailhead on DeHaas Road. The first day we met with Bob Fitterling to discuss areas needing checked and worked. The third day, the crews rode from the Gillentown Trailhead to the Connector Trail. We worked down the Snow Shoe Side and up over the switchback to DeHaas Road. 

A great job done by all to make the trail safe for the opening of the riding season Friday of Memorial Day weekend. Be safe out there and respect other riders, other property owners. Keep speed down so we can all talk with you again and not about you. Thank you volunteers to make the trail safe!!