• Where: Idaho Panhandle National Forest
  • When: Wednesday, July 9th
  • Distance: 6 miles round trip
  • Elevation: 1600′ gain/descent
  • Location: West Cabinet Mountains
  • Level of Difficulty: Moderate
  • Volunteers: 15

Project Description

Come join ITA for a one-day project in the Idaho Panhandle National Forest on July 9th. We will be constructing a puncheon walkway to go over a bog hole  about a mile from the summit of Grouse Mountain.  This project will involve lots of digging, leveling, spiking, and carrying. We will also do a bunch of brushing work along the way.

Participants will meet up at 7:30am in the Sandpoint area and carpool to the trailhead. We will then hike on Grouse Mountain Trail a little less than three miles to the project site with a 1600′ elevation gain, arriving around 10am. We will work until around 3pm before hiking out and expect to be back at Sandpoint by 5pm.

Bring boots, long pants, a long sleeve shirt, gloves, sun protection, plenty of water and lunch. The Forest Service will provide hard hats and safety glasses and will have materials at the site to build the puncheon walkway.

More details will be provided to registered participants.

If you have questions please contact info@idahotrailsassociation.org.

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