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The Candy Mountain Trail Is Open

The brand new trail is open and ready to be hiked. You can access the trail from Dallas Road by looking for the Candy Mountain Preserve sign just before you go under Interstate 182 heading southbound.

More about the Candy Mountain Trail

Candy Mountain Service Project in December!

Join REI, the Native Plant Society, and Friends of Badger Mountain for an end of the year service project at Candy Mountain for native grass planting. We will plant about 600 native plants in the cut slope around the perimeter of the Candy Mountain Preserve parking lot. Please bring gloves, water, and friends! Dress for the weather!

Register for this event on REI’s website

Become a FOBM Member

Becoming a member of FOBM gives you the opportunity to have your voice heard on trail-building, maintenance, our other ongoing matters of interest. You’ll also receive our quarterly e-Newsletter, invitation to our annual celebration and membership meeting, plus elect our board of directors.

Also, we are offering a calendar produced by volunteer Jim Coleman, filled with photos capturing the beauty and life of the ridges, as a thank you for your donation or membership toward 2018. This applies to the first 100 donations or memberships. The calendar will be sent to you before the end of the year. 

Become a member

Volunteer for Trail Work

Maintaining the trails across Badger and Candy Mountains takes the hard work of volunteers, possibly like you. We’ll be doing trail maintenance most weekends through October and November. If you would like to volunteer your time, please contact our trail master below and mention “add me to your trail work list.” This will keep you informed about any upcoming trail work plans. Also, be sure to check for posted work parties via the link below.

Contact Trailmaster View Planned Work Parties

Upcoming Events

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