Grapevine Canyon Trail Cleanup
We'll meet in Fawnskin at center of town on the north side of Big Bear Lake, look for 3 fawn statues pictured above. GPS coordinates are listed on the RP map below for exact location. Please be there by 10am sharp; this is where we'll be joining the Park Ranger, after which we'll head out to Grapevine Canyon which is about an hour away. We'll perform basic trail maintenance, and if it's already looking pretty good, we can take to cleaning the BLM portion of the trail (where the driving gets a bit more technical), as well as nearby campsites that may need it. Duration to be determined by the condition of the trail.
PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THE REQUIREMENTS LISTED IN THE ADDITIONAL NOTES BELOW
Saturday, July 13, 201910:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)10:00 Hrs GMT -8:00
Saturday, July 13, 201903:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)15:00 Hrs GMT -8:00
- OVERLAND BOUND REGION
- EVENT TYPE
1 VERY EASY
- Dirt Road
- HAM 146.460
Rally Point Notes:
All participants are requirement by the SBNF to have the following PPE (Personal Protective Equipment):
- Long sleeve shirt and pants
- Eye protection
- Sturdy boots
Not required, but strongly recommend:
- Work gloves, shovel/rake, sun screen and other sun protection, food, and water.
- Extra trash bags, nitrile/latex gloves.
- Do not bring a chainsaw; that requires a specific license and is not in our purview.
There is a campsite near the trailhead at Horse Springs Campground (34.352124, -117.070488), with vault toilets and picnic benches. If you're camping, please obtain a National Forest Adventure Pass, available ahead of time or at several locations in Big Bear. $5/day per car, or a single annual for $30 for one car or $35 for two cars (not vehicle specific), and it goes towards supporting the Forest Service.
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