Advocates, stewards, and trail users:
This Fall the OORC will be hosting volunteer opportunities to hand-build sustainable reroutes at the Mt. Sequoyah Trail System. Several sections of the existing trail system are in need of realignment to mitigate future erosion, drainage, and property concerns.
No experience necessary to come play in the dirt and make a lasting impact on the trails you enjoy to hike, run, or ride.
We ask that volunteers please wear sturdy shoes and gloves. Please bring snacks and hydration, we'll provide the tools and education.
We'll meet at the end of Goldrush Dr. off of Sapphire Dr. (Cliffs Apartments) in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Please park on the left-hand side of the road to leave plenty of space open for the residents of the Cliffs.
At the end of the workday we will meet up with Cory and the OORC grill/smoker for some hot lunch.
We hope to see you there!
Since its establishment in 1997, the Ozark Off Road Cyclists has been hand-building and maintaining trail systems across the Arkansas Ozarks for hikers, bikers, trail runners, and dog walkers. The organization regularly host volunteer opportunities for all ages to come leave a lasting impact in their communities by helping establish multiuse soft-surface trails for everyone.
7 Positions Filled | 6 Impacts | 24 Hours