Next Trail Project

Next Trail Project

You can help us keep trails open for stock use and fulfill our mission...

Check out the Graywolves here!

North Fork Skok to First Divide to Home Sweet Home to Upper Duck Camp : Wednesday, June 28th to July 6th, 2024

Join the GRAYWOLVES from North Fork Skok (upper part) to First Divide to Home Sweet Home then Upper Duckabush camp ... then down the Duckabush to Lacrosse Pass junction. This is and 8-9 day trip. If time, also some clearing up towards Marmot Lake. Lots to say about this one, but that can be a separate email to those who might be interested. So if you're interested in all or part of this, tap here to sign up and to contact trail crew leader. and we'll email about it.

Work: mostly logout, hand brushing as necessary, minimal tread / drainage. For questions or comments please contact the event coordinator - Rebecca Wanagel 3604777792
You will need to have new (2024) ONP papers on file before this crew.

Tap here to sign up and to contact trail crew leader.

 Thursday, June 20th, 2024, Thursday Crew on the ODT/OAT Olympic Adventure Trail

Every week on Thursdays, the County (Clallam) maintains the ODT (Olympic Discovery Trail).  You can get involved and help Peninsula Chapter contribute volunteer hours.  Sign up with Bill Mueller as a BCHW volunteer.  Here are steps:

First:  Contact Clallam County Human Resources, phone # 360-417-2429, to get info about the trail crew and be vetted for county volunteer work.

Once vetted, contact Jeff Ralston at and ask to be put on the email list for the Thursday crew.

Every Thursday, the crew meets before 9:00 AM at the county road department facility on Lauridsen Blvd. across the street from the county transportation (bus) complex.

The crew then gathers for tools, lunches, and carpool transportation, leaving at 9:00 sharp for travel to the work site.

The contact at the road department site is Jeff Ralston, the trail crew supervisor.  Bill Mueller (BCHW liaison) is usually always there also to have you sign a BCHW work sheet as well as the county work sheet.

Your needs: backpack, work clothes, rain gear, gloves, other personal protective equipment (PPE), work boots.  Hard hat required; county can supply one.

That's about it.  Head out and go to work.

Contact Peninsula Chapter's Bill Mueller here for more information.