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The Trail Companion

Winter 2000

Theme: The Trail Center at the End of the Millennium

A Catalog of Trail Projects, 1983-1999



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As the new year begins, we can look back on seventeen years of service in San Francisco Peninsula and South Bay parks and open space preserves. Trail Center volunteers have built, maintained and improved trails in 104 projects in 37 parks. With over 6000 volunteer days confirmed and more than 900 estimated, we have contributed close to 42,000 hours of public service in projects ranging one-day maintenance projects to two mile-long trails built over the course of two years.
      The following list may have inaccuracies and omissions, but should be close to complete. Included are both completed and proposed projects since the 1984 Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Days. Projects are listed under park name and include year(s), number of days, and number of volunteers (when available).





Key:
SCMTD: Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Days
SCMTA: Santa Cruz Mountain Trail Association
MROSD: Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
SCC: Santa Clara County Parks
SMC: San Mateo County Parks
NTD: National Trails Day
CTD: California Trail Days
GGNRA: Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Locations of Trail Projects
Alum Rock Park (City of San Jose)
Arguello Park (City of San Carlos)
Arastradero Preserve (City of Palo Alto)
Big Basin State Park
Butano State Park
Byrne Preserve (Town of Los Altos Hills)
Calero Lake Estates
Castle Rock State Park
Edgewood County Park (SMC)
Fall Creek Unit, Henry Cowell State Park
Forest of Nisene Marks
Fremont Older Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Half Moon Bay, City of
Hakone Gardens (City of Saratoga)
Huddart County Park (SMC)
Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (Stanford University)
Junipero Serra County Park (SMC)
Long Ridge Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Los Altos Hills, Town of
Memorial Park (SMC)
Monte Bello Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Monte Sereno Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Parker Ranch (City of Saratoga)
Pescadero Creek County Park (SMC)
Phleger Estate (GGNRA)
Portola Redwoods State Park
Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Purisima Creek Redwoods (MROSD)
Ravenswood Preserve (SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge)
Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Sanborn-Skyline County Park
San Bruno Mountain County and State Park (SMC/State of California)
San Mateo Shoreline (City of San Mateo)
Santa Teresa County Park (SCC)
Skylonda Fitness Resort
Stern Grove (City of San Francisco)
Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Stevens Creek County Park (SCC)
Sweeney Ridge (GGNRA)
Upper Stevens Creek County Park (SCC)
Windy Hill Open Space Preserve (MROSD)
Wunderlich County Park (SMC)

     A complete list for printing is available.

Related Stories

A Brief History of the Trail Center
The National Volunteer Project and National Outdoor Volunteer Network
The Changing Face of Volunteerism
The Changing Face of Public Lands
A Trail Center Index

Alum Rock Park (City of San Jose)

Todd Quick Trail
(1993-1994; 16 days; 416 vols.): Cows were the word on this project, a new 0.9 mile loop trail, kicked off on the first annual National Trails Day in June 1993 (which a cleanup in Alum Rock Creek). The loop trail in San Jose's oldest and most popular park, replaced trails destroyed in the 1982/1983 El Nino storms. The trail, named for the late San Jose park ranger, is the highest in the park, and offers spectacular views of the Santa Clara Valley and Santa Cruz Mountains. Crew leaders often took time off from trail building to chase away stray cows from neighboring ranchlands. This project also has the distinction of having the most days canceled or cut short by rain. The project was funded by grants from REI and others, as well as by donations from TC members under the Buck-a-Foot program.
(1995; 1 day; 14 vols.): Trail maintenance.

Arguello Park (City of San Carlos)

[Canyon Trail]
(1996-1997; 12 days; 265 vols.): New 0.4-mile trail connecting the recreational facilities and school in the lower park with the neighborhood above. Trail includes large set of stairs and two small bridges, one of which we dubbed "A Bridge Named Alice" to honor our former office coordinator, Alice Stern.
[Unnamed Trails]
(1997; 5 days; 87 vols.): In Phase II of our work at Arguello Park, we rebuilt several sections of existing trails, including installing a new set of steps on one trail and installing large retaining walls on others.

Arastradero Preserve (City of Palo Alto)

Acorn Trail
(1998; proposed): Reroute of steepest portion of trail near southwest corner of preserve.
(1999; proposed): Reroute of 2 eroded sections near water tank access road and closure of unneeded trails.
Perimeter Trail
(1998; CTD; 83 vols.): Reroute of 1100 ft. of trail; restoration of 500 ft. of eroded social trail; 300 ft. tread maintenance.
(1999; CTD + 1 additional day; 41 vols.): 600 ft. of tread restoration.

Big Basin State Park

Eagle Rock Trail
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund; 140 vols.): Brushing and new trail construction.
East Ridge connector to Huckleberry Campground
(1984; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA; 170 vols.): 3/4 mile cleared.
Rancho del Oso horse camp
(1988; CTD): Complete fencing at new horse camp.
Rim Trail
(1984; see East Ridge Connector, 1984): 3 miles cleared.
Skyline to the Sea
(1984; see East Ridge Connector, 1984): 3 miles rebuilt between China Grade and Opal Creek; 2 miles cleared on Middle Ridge.
(1991; co-sponsored by SCMTA; 1 day; 15 vols.) Trail maintenance below Waterman Gap.

Butano State Park

Canyon Trail
(1984; SCMTD; co-sponsored by SCMTA; 35 vols.): Slide repair.
(1986: CTD; 16 vols.): Trail restoration.
[Connecting trails in campgrounds]
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund; 85 vols.): New trail construction at walk-in campground and in Pumphouse/Goat Hill area.
Goat Hill Trail
(1984; see Canyon Trail, 1984): Brush work.
Jackson Flat Trail
(1984; see Canyon Trail, 1984): Tree clearing and drainage work.

Byrne Preserve (Town of Los Altos Hills)

Artemus Gintzon Trail
(1993; proposed): Reroute and tread improvements.

Calero Lake Estates

Calero Lake Estates Trail Easement
(1997; proposed): 2700 ft. trail on easement in Calero Lake Estates subdivision, connecting Santa Teresa County Park and Lightfoot Stable Lands, with possible extension to Calero Reservoir and County Park. Due to environmental questions, subdivision (and trail) put on hold.

Castle Rock State Park

Castle Rock Trail
(1999-2000; 14 days; 209 vols.): Rock walls, more rock walls, and still more rock walls. The 0.7 mile-long reroute of the eroded and steep Castle Rock Trail features more rock walls per mile than any of our projects, including the Stiles Ranch Trail. We completed the first half with a grand celebration for National Trails Day with the help of Any Mountain Ltd. The second half is nearly complete will be open to hikers in February 2000.
Loughry Woods Trail
(1984; SCMTD; co-sponsored by SCMTA; 30 vols.): New trail construction on a 2-mile segment. Trail originally called Loughry Forest Trail.
[Reforestation project, Partridge Farm area]
(1985; proposed): Proposed tree planting and restoration in former Christmas tree farm.
Ridge Trail
(1995; 3 days + NTD; 85+): Rebuilt major portions of the Ridge Trail near Goat Rock; completed on National Trails Day.
Saratoga Gap Trail
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund; 21 vols.): Maintenance and boulder removal.
(1995; 2 days; 50+ vols.): Trail repair, rebuilding and reroute of upper portion.
Skyline to the Sea
(1984; SCMTD; co-sponsored by SCMTA; 18 vols. + CCC crew): 7 miles of Waterman Gap to Saratoga Gap rebuilt.

Edgewood County Park (SMC)

Clarkia Trail
(1986; 1 day): Trail restoration.

Fall Creek Unit, Henry Cowell State Park

North Fork Trail
(1984; SCMTD; co-sponsored by SCMTA; 27 vols.): stream crossing rerouted, 4 mi. of trail repaired.
Pine Flat Trail
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund; 15 vols.): New trail construction.

Forest of Nisene Marks

[Unspecified trail]
(1984; SCMTD; co-sponsored by SCMTA; 55 vols.): 0.5 mi. of new trail construction
[Unspecified trail]
(1986; CTD, 81 vols.): New trail construction on 2-mile loop.

Fremont Older Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

Seven Springs Loop Trail
(1986; CTD; 49 vols.): Tread restoration.

Half Moon Bay, City of

Pilarcitos Creek Trail
(1985; proposed): Unrealized trail project connecting City to beach.

Hakone Gardens (City of Saratoga)

Hakone Wilderness Trail
(1992-1993; 12 days; 266 vols.): We built a new quarter-mile long trail from Big Basin Way (Hwy 9) to the gardens in order to provide pedestrian access for Saratoga residents and others. Steep terrain, interesting drainage patterns resulting from road runoff and old skid routes made this a challenging project. Dedicated in 1993. Although most visitors arrive by car, the trail gets moderate use during the summer.

Huddart County Park (SMC)

Chickadee Trail
(1987-1988; 7 days, incl. 1988 CTD): Assist County crews with finish treadwork and constructing handrails for new 3800-ft. wheelchair-accessible nature trail.
Dean Trail
(1984; SCMTD; co-sponsored by SCMTA and SMC Parks; 50 vols.): 25 ft. bridge constructed.
Redwood Trail
(1984; See Dean Trail, 1984): Bridge and steps constructed.
Skyline Trail
(1986; 1 day): Trail repair between Kings Mountain Rd. to Wunderlich Park.
(1989; 1 day; 25 vols.): Bay Area Ridge Trail pseudo-project photo opportunity for a National Geographic article on trails and greenways ("Greenways: Paths to the Future", June 1990, p. 77-99). 100 ft. of new trail built, but abandoned when County built Skyline Trail in a different location. Photos not used, either.
(1989-1990; 5 days; 107 vols.): Constructed approx. one mile of new trail at the west edge of Huddart Park, connecting the top of the Archery Fire Road (opposite Purisima Creek Road) with the top of Richards Road, traversing parallel to Skyline Boulevard through redwood groves and mixed forest. As far as Huddart's trail system goes, this trail is a long-cut, not an obvious choice for loop hikes from either top or bottom of park. It does provide a level route across the top of the park, which with the GGNRA's acquisition of the Phleger Estate, makes it an important route for longer loop hikes along Skyline and between the two parks.
[Unspecified trail(s)]
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund; 85 vols.): Trail maintenance.
(1986; see Skyline Trail, 1986): build 1/3-mile horse trail connecting to Woodside equestrian trails; construct 350 ft. of split rail fence to prevent switchbacking.

Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve (Stanford University)

Trail 1 (Short Creek)
(1998; 4 days; 58 vols.): Slide repair and brushing.
Trail 2 (Long Creek)
(1998; see Trail 1, 1998): Reroute of trail above slide.
Trail 2 extension (Long Creek)
(1998-1999; 3 days; 36 vols.): Reopening abandoned trail; large amounts of poison oak removed.
Trail 3 (Woodland)
(1998; see Trail 1, 1998): Brushing and minor treadwork.
Trail 4 (Blue Oak)
(1988; see Trail 1, 1998): Brushing.
Trail 6 (Rocky Road)
(1998-1999; see Trail 2, 1998-1999): Short reroute out of gully.
Trail 7 (Hillside Lab)
(1998-1999; see Trail 2, 1998-1999): Drainage and brushing.
Trail 9 (Chaparral)
(1998-1999; see Trail 2 , 1998-1999): Brushing.
Trail 10 (Teasel)
(1998-1999; see Trail 2 , 1998-1999): Brushing.
Trail 11 (Fringe Pod)
(1997; 5 days; 75 vols.): Brushing.
Trail 12 (Mapache)
(1995-1996; 12 days; 190 vols.): Siltation above Searsville Lake and in the lake itself, resulting in rising water tables, had forced winter closure of the trail. We rerouted of 4 sections of trail to raise it above swampy areas. Included 2125 ft. of new trail construction, 450 ft. of maintenance, a 24 ft. bridge and an 80 ft. bridge/boardwalk. Since neither bridge was near a road, we had to haul in prodigious amounts of lumber and a generator. The project was featured on a short segment of a TV program.
(1997; see Trail 11 , 1997): Brushing, reroute of 150 ft.
(1999; 1 day; 19 vols.): Short reroute of a section built in 1996 that was in danger of washing out. The creek shifted dramatically after storms in 1997/1998. (See Trail Center Notes, this issue)
Trail a (Contact Trail)
(1998-1999; see Trail 2 , 1998-1999): Small plank bridge over a gully; tread maintenance.
Trail b (Garrya Trail)
(1998-1999; see Trail 2 , 1998-1999): Brushing, treadwork.
Trail c (Wislenzenii)
(1998-1999; see Trail 2 , 1998-1999): 1000 ft. of brushing and minor treadwork.

Junipero Serra County Park (SMC)

Junipero Serra Park Trail
(1986; 1 day): Drainage and trail repair.
Quail Loop Trail
(1986; see Junipero Serra Park Trail, 1986): Drainage and trail repair.
[Unspecified trail(s)]
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund; 40 vols.): Trail maintenance.

Long Ridge Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

Peters Creek Trail (Jikoji Cutoff segment, aka Bohdi Cutoff)
(1988-1989; 4 days; 76 vols.): 3300 ft. Bay Area Ridge Trail segment connecting existing ranch road/trail at Jikoji Pond with Hickory Oaks Ridge Trail. MROSD later built a bridge across spillway and widened a few sections of trail.
(1992; CTD; 20 vols.): Maintenance between Grizzly Flat trailhead and to Peters Creek bridge.
[Trail to Vista Point (unnamed trail)]
(1988; CTD; 30 vols.):1/4-mile new side trail to vista point in Hickory Oaks Ridge portion of preserve. Intended to block steep, informal bicycle trail. Great views of Butano and the Pacific Ocean.
[Ward Road Link]
(1984; SCMTD co-sponsored by SCMTA and MROSD; 19 vols.): 1/4-mile new trail construction; now part of Bay Area Ridge Trail.

Los Altos Hills, Town of

Frampton Court Trail
(1993; 5 days; 102 vols.): 1200 ft. long new trail on public easement, connecting Frampton Court (off Magdalena Ave.) and Fernhill Dr.).
[Francemont Trail]
(1994; proposed): Reroutes and improvements to existing dirt road to create loop in LAH open space; possible connectors to Black Mountain Trail in Ranch San Antonio Open Space Preserve (MROSD).

Memorial Park (SMC)

Mt. Ellen Trail
(1990-1991; 10 days; 215 vols.). Reroute of ¼-mile trail to the top of Mt. Ellen and tread maintenance on existing trail.

Monte Bello Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

[Bella Vista Trail]
(1992; proposed): Trail Center proposed constructing a trail connecting the Canyon Trail with Montebello Road in a different location than the one ultimately constructed by MROSD.

Monte Sereno Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

[Overlook Rd. connector]
(1992; proposed): New trail would have provided access to Preserve, but TC surveyors recommended against project due to unstable hillside.

Parker Ranch (City of Saratoga)

Parker Ranch Trail
(1998; proposed): Reroute of major portions of Parker Ranch Trail, leading to Fremont Older Open Space Preserve; would have addressed 2 large slides and an extremely steep part of the trail.
Star Court-Diamond Oaks Trail
(1998, 3 days; 48 vols.): Reroute on a 400 ft. trail to make it useable year-round.

Pescadero Creek County Park (SMC)

Heritage Grove Trail
(1986; 1 day): Drainage and trail repair; step construction.
Shaw Flat Trail
(1984; SCMTD co-sponsored by SCMTA and SMC Parks; 13 vols.): Cleared 1 mile of trail.
[Unspecified trail(s)]
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund; 22 vols.): Trail maintenance.
Upper Coyote Ridge Trail
(1992-1994; CTD (all days); 73 vols.): New trail construction on trail linking Tar Water Gap trailhead (Pescadero Creek) and Coyote Ridge Trail (Portola Redwoods State Park). Proposed as a project in partnership with Hewlett-Packard, but ultimately self-funded as California Trail Day projects. Most of trail within Portola constructed by CCC crews in 1994.

Phleger Estate (GGNRA)

Bay Area Ridge Trail route
(1999; proposed): Alternate RT route from Kings Mountain Community center to northwest corner of park, paralleling Hwy 35.
Lonely Trail (and others)
(1997; proposed): Trail maintenance and drainage work.

Portola Redwoods State Park

Upper Coyote Ridge Trail
(1992-1993; 1995; see Pescadero Creek County Park, Upper Coyote Ridge Trail, 1992-1993; 1995)

Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

Polly Geraci Trail
(1988-1989; 11 days; 156+ vols.): Constructed 1.3-mile new trail ascending through oak woodlands to top of brushy knoll. Named by MROSD for a prominent open space activist killed in an auto accident. MROSD later constructed bridge across creek at bottom of trail. One of the best trails around for giant trillium and fetid adders tongues in early spring.

Purisima Creek Redwoods (MROSD)

Redwood Trail
(1986; 6 days): TC volunteers constructed the base tread for the 0.25 mile whole-access Redwood Trail, which travels through redwood groves off Skyline Blvd to two accessible picnic table and accessible restroom. An MROSD contractor finished the job with a layer of polymerized decomposed granite and guide rails.

Ravenswood Preserve (MRSOD)

Ravenswood Trail
(1985; 5 days): 5400 ft. long trail construction atop a levee. Construction consisted primarily of spreading gravel for tread surface. First major TIVC project.

Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

Wildcat Loop Trail
(1988; CTD; 3 vols.): Restore trail intersection with High Meadow Trail.

Sanborn-Skyline County Park

Sanborn Trail
(1984; SCMTD; co-sponsored by SCMTA; 9 vols.): 1/4 mile reroute.
(1998; 5 days; 80 vols.): Tread restoration, water bars and a 200 ft. reroute.
Skyline Trail
(1989; CTD; 16 vols.): Short reroute, culvert installation and maintenance.
(1990; CTD; 45 vols.): Maintenance and restoration.
(1993; 1 day; 9 vols.): Maintenance.
(1998; see Sanborn Trail, 1998): Tread restoration; drainage work.
Skyline Trail to Lake Ranch
(1986; CTD [proposed]): A 2.5-mile extension of the Skyline Trail was planned, but carried out.
[Unspecified trail(s)]
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund): Trail maintenance.

San Bruno Mountain County and State Park (SMC/State of California)

[Unspecified trail]
(1984; SCMTD co-sponsored by SCMTA and SMC Parks; 2 vols.): 1.4 mile of rocky trail repaired

San Mateo Shoreline (City of San Mateo)

Bay Trail
(1997; 4 days; 108 vols.): The paved Bay Trail runs along a levee in San Mateo-TC volunteers built a parallel alternative with a dirt and wood chip surface next to a tidal canal for wilder experience. The flat 0.7 mile long trail connects Ryder and Harborview Parks and is semi-accessible for wheelchair users (due to uneven surface).
(1998; 1 day; 10 vols.): Woodchips spread over half the length for improved accessibility during wet months.

Santa Teresa County Park (SCC)

Stile Ranch Trail
(1990-1991; 12 days; 1346 vols.); New Bay Area Ridge Trail segment across IBM easement, connecting Fortini Rd. and Mine Trail in Santa Teresa County Park. Massive rock walls at switchbacks built under direction of former Peace Corp road engineer Don Axtell can be easily seen from the air. Portable jackhammers were used in some areas. Dedicated in September of 1991.
(1992-1993; 1 day + CTD (1993); 45+ vols.): Tread maintenance and restoration. Adobe soil badly damaged by heavy equestrian and bicycle traffic.

Skylonda Fitness Resort

[Connector trails to Skyline Trail, Wunderlich/Huddart County Parks, La Honda Creek Open Space Preserve and El Corte de Madera Open Space Preserve]
(1992; proposed): Trails primarily for use by the resort, but with public access.

Stern Grove (City of San Francisco)

[Unnamed trail] (Bay Area Ridge Trail segment)
(1989; CTD; 8 vols.): Restoration and maintenance on a short RT connector.

Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

Saratoga Gap Trail
(1993; CTD; 9 vols.): Trail repair.

Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

Ridge Trail (Hiking route)
(1991; 4 days; 113 vols.): Fully construct half of hiking alternate for Bay Area Ridge Trail on ridge south of Horseshoe Pond; complete tread and finish work on remainder (cut by trail machine).

Stevens Creek County Park (SCC)

Stevens Creek Trail (aka Lower Stevens Creek Trail, REI Trail, Stevens Canyon Trail)
(1986-1987; 400+ vols.) New two-mile long new trail connects the Old Canyon Trail with the Stevens Canyon. REI provided BBQs throughout the project. Dedicated in May 1988. Longest new trail in TC history.
(1988-1990; CTD (1988, 1989) + 2 additional days; 54 vols.): Winter storm, slide damage repair; tread restoration.
(1998; 1 day + NTD; 92 vols.): Major restoration effort with several large retaining walls, slide cleanup, steps, a plank bridges and tread work to repair El Nino storm damage.
(1999; proposed): Bridge, step and boardwalk to replace creek crossing expected to fail with next heavy winter.
Stevens Creek Trail extension
(1988-1990; see Stevens Creek Trail, 1988-1990): Connector trail between Stevens Creek Trail and Lookout Trail/Madrone Group Area.

Sweeney Ridge (GGNRA)

Sweeney Ridge Notch Trail
(1992; proposed): Bay Area Ridge Trail segment; not built due to environmental impact and planning considerations.

Upper Stevens Creek County Park (SCC)

Alternate Trail
(1991; 1 day; 5 vols.): Brushing, light treadwork. One of only two workdays held on snowy trails.
(1992; 6 days; 60+ vols.): Trail maintenance and reroute of two steep sections a 2-mile, lightly-used, lightly-built trail which descends from Skyline Boulevard to Table Mountain parallel to Charcoal Road.
Stevens Canyon Trail
(1990; 4 days; 100+ vols.): Repair 1/2 mile of narrow but popular trail so County would agree to keep it open to bikes. We widened sections of the trail, and rerouted 1/4 mile of steep trail just south of the Table Mountain Trail and relocated the junction 100 yards up the canyon.
Bay Area Ridge Trail
(1991; see Alternate Trail, 1991): Tread maintenance and brushing.
Stevens Canyon Trail
(1991; CTD; 47 vols.): Maintenance work on connector between Lower and Upper Stevens Creek County Parks.
Table Mountain Trail
(1994; 4 days, 62 vols.): Repair 1.1 mile existing trail descending from Table Mountain to junction with Canyon Trail at Stevens Creek.

Windy Hill Open Space Preserve (MROSD)

[Connector to Spring Ridge Trail]
(1992; proposed): Trail would have replaced existing social trails cutting near inholdings between Corte Madera Creek and Spring Ridge Trails.
[Unspecified trail]
(1984; SCMTD co-sponsored by SCMTA and MROSD; 19 vols.): 100 ft. new construction and loop trail brushing.

Wunderlich County Park (SMC)

Alambique Trail
(1984; SCMTD co-sponsored by SCMTA and SMC Parks; 16 vols.): 1 mile of trail repair.
Bear Gulch Trail
(1985; 5 days): Trail restoration over 2.46 miles between park headquarters and The Meadows.
(1986; 1 day): Trail repair; construction of 400-ft. log fence in The Meadows for revegetation.
(1988; CTD): Tread restoration.
(1989; CTD + 1 day; 17+ vols.): General trail restoration-brushing, drain dips, etc.
(1990; CTD; 28 vols.): Tread restoration.
Skyline Trail
(1986; see Huddart Park, Skyline Trail, 1986): Trail repair.
(1989; CTD; 13 vols.): Finish work prior to dedication.
[Unspecified trail(s)]
(1985; SCMTD; cosponsored by SCMTA and Sempervirens Fund; 77 vols.): Trail maintenance.

     Thanks to Ben Pease for the initial work on this catalog and the accompanying map.





     
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