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Date: 9/19/2021
Subject: TRAIL WORK WEEKEND -- Ryman -- Sat. Sep. 25th
From: SWCCA Board



TRAIL WORK -- Finish Work on the Ryman reroute
  • Meet at 9 AM at the SWCCA  tent at the Ryman/Salt Trailhead.
  • We will shuttle volunteers and tools to the top of Ryman.
  • Trail work will mainly include trimming vegetation and roots, and clearing from trail.  There may also be some buffing and packing of the tread.
  • Volunteers will work their way back to the trailhead (approx. 7.5 miles.)
  • Please bring your lunch, snacks, water, sturdy shoes, work gloves, work clothes, sun protection.
VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION
  • BBQ and beverages at 5 PM following the trail work on Saturday.  Remember to bring a camp chair.
  • Saturday night camp out.  (Folks are welcome to camp Friday night as well.)
  • Sunday Breakfast at 9ish AM
  • Group rides or hikes after breakfast, 11ish AM.
  • Please RSVP if you plan to eat with us, so we can have enough food (i.e. Your Name and BBQ, Breakfast, or Both.)
Save the Trail Work Date:  The second workday on Ryman will be led by the Rico Trails Alliance on Oct. 16th

About SWCCA

Southwest Colorado Cycling Association SWCCA is a registered nonprofit organization. Formerly Kokopelli Bike Club.
Members are primarily from southwest Colorado in the Cortez, Dolores, Mancos and Durango area.
Local trails include Phil's World, Boggy Draw, Sand Canyon, Bear Creek, Stoner Mesa, Calico, Colorado Trail, Blackhawk, East Fork, Salt and many more.
Members range from serious endurance racers to occasional cyclists and include both mountain and road bikers.
The SWCCA benefits the area in many ways. It leases property where a significant portion of Phil's world is located and pays for the required insurance. Members volunteer for trail maintenance and trail building using the extensive collection of tools purchased by the club. The club keeps members informed about important land use meetings and projects requiring comments to maintain mountain bike access. It has also proposed many new trail plans to the land managers and member support and input is critical.
The club also promotes a variety of local races including endurance, cross country and cyclocross.
Simply put, if the SWCCA didn't exist most of the trails you ride would not be there. Thank you for your support!!!!!
Copyright 3/2016 Southwest Colorado Cycling Association. Photos provided by Dean Howard.