2021 Trail Days Sustainable Recreation Is Back!

Trail Days are back for Summer 2021!

The Mammoth Lakes Trails and Public Access Foundation (MLTPA) has announced that The Town of Mammoth Lakes and Inyo National Forest are teaming up once again for the 12th season of Trails Days on the Mammoth Lakes Trail System. This is a great opportunity to not only be in the great outdoors, but to get some serious exercise and make our local forest a better place for everyone to enjoy.

They are planning safe and fun ways to get involved as they know that you are eager to get back to work with them. With more opportunities than ever you’re invited to join the Mammoth Lakes Trail System tail crew and hosts to help with new trail construction, maintenance and stewardship activities all summer long.

Sign up online for volunteer shifts one week in advance beginning mid-May. Open shifts kick-off on National Trails Day, Saturday June 5th and will be available Wednesdays and Weekends through September. This summer’s work program promises to be especially rewarding as they will  be building a number of brand new trails in the Lakes Basin!

SIGN UP FOR VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES HERE! 

All ages and ability levels are welcome. Children must be supervised by a parent or guardian, and all volunteers must sign a liability waiver prior to beginning work. They will provide all necessary tools and specialized safety gear, but ask participants to arrive with personal protective equipment (masks, gloves, eye protection, sunglasses are fine), and proper clothing for your assignment. And please don’t forget your sunscreen, hat, bug spray, or water bottle. All volunteers must follow current CDC and MLTS COVID protocols.

Trail Days are made possible by the Town of Mammoth Lakes, Inyo National Forest, Mammoth Lakes Recreation, and Mammoth’s own Measure R!

They hope you’ll join them this summer to Build – Host – Care – and Re-Connect.

See you on the trails!

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