Hacking Trail in the Trap Hills
The Ottawa National Forest is hosting a National Public Lands Day event at the Hacking Trail in Ontonagon County, Michigan. Volunteers will help clear this scenic 0.9 mile trail in the Trap Hills, which accesses the largest cliff on the Ottawa National Forest. Total distance is 1.8 miles. If people are interested, one group could continue and do a six mile loop on the North Country Trail.
When: Saturday, September 28, 2018. 10:00 AM EDT, 9:00 AM CDT.
Where: Meet at the end of Forest Road 326. From Bergland, go north on Highway M64 for 2 miles to Old M64, then east and north on Old M64 for 3.9 miles to Forest Road 326. Go east on Forest Road 326 for 1.8 mile, to the end of the road and the trailhead. Trailhead coordinates are N46.66509° W89.52497°.
What to bring: Water, boots, and a picnic lunch. We will supply drinks, gloves, tools, and safety equipment.
For more information, contact Ian Shackleford at (906) 285-6911 or email@example.com.
Note: Stefan Anderson and a group of students from Conserve School will be participating in this event.