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Trail Work Season is Here Again

The spring trail work season is in full swing and there’s plenty of work to do. Recovering gravel and re-leveling the trail bed, we’re in need of volunteers to get the work done. If you would like to take part, 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

The Candy Mountain Trail

The brand new trail was completed in the fall of 2016 but hasn’t been formally opened due to lack of parking. Benton County is beginning work on a brand new parking lot and we’ll let you know when it’s finished.

We want to thank the 148 volunteers who came out to help us complete the 1.65 mile long trail on Candy Mountain. They worked 1700 hours over 41 work days, laying out 170 tons of gravel for the new trail. We also want to thank the Columbia Basin chapter of the Washington Native Plant Society for their work as well.

More about the Candy Mountain Trail

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