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Allegany Trail Building Weekend Part 2
From Saturday, September 28, 2013 -  09:00am
To Sunday, September 29, 2013 - 05:00pm
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Building off the success of the great early spring Trail Building weekend at Allegany, we are doing it again!  This time, the park has graciously hooked us up with digs at Camp Allegany for the weekend.  Please note, sleeping over is just Saturday night, not Friday night, although something may be in the works for people who want to camp out Friday (Last spring it was just me and TJ on Friday night anyway).

Here's the deal about the trail building and the weekend:

Saturday we will meet at the summit (yes, the summit, even though we aren't staying there) and go to the trails from there.  We will meet early at 9 AM like last time.  As before, we will truck in the tools and food so you can bike in and start working sooner.  We will work most of the day, and then head back to the cars for the drive down to Camp Allegany.

Saturday night, WNYMBA will provide burgers and dogs for all volunteers.

Sunday, we will head in FROM CAMP ALLEGANY.  We will head in at 9 AM.  It is just as close to Camp Allegany, but you will have a climb on your bike (if you want to drive to the summit and ride in from there, that's cool too).

Both days we will have lunch provided.

Let's get this new trail finished this fall!

Location : Allegany State Park
Contact : Jon Sundquist


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