Activity Notes

Each year the Mazamas repair and maintain our namesake trail on Mt Hood opening it up for the hiking season. Ever since the Dollar Lake fire we have encountered more and more trees down so a good turnout is really helpful. Tasks will include cutting logs, trimming brush and clearing drain dips. No experience necessary, distance and elevation listed is maximum, some days will be less. Volunteer for one, two or all three days, dry camping available at the trailhead. Start time is from MMC, arrange your own carpools, or meet at trailhead by 9:30 am

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6 applications received

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