Soldiers Pass Trail Restoration
Soldier Pass Trail has sustained critical damage from overuse, illegal Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) use and erosion from severe weather. It needs new staircases, effective drainage routes and solutions for restricting users to the trail. The trail tread must be raised to prevent further decomposition of soil and rock crush, and to create a durable surface for sustainable use. To address these problems, we need to install new rock structures and repairs some that are existing. Social trail junctions will be eliminated. This is a six week project that will involve no trail closures. Work will be performed by the USFS Red Rock Ranger District’s seasonal trail crew augmented by American Conservation Corp members from and volunteers.
Cash Cost: $50,767.00. Funding Needed to Fully Fund: $30,288.70.
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