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Date: 2018-12-03
Agency:State Parks
Trail: Leo Carrillo Trails Post Fire Assessment
Leader:Jerry Mitcham
Hours: 9
Status: Completed
Regulars: 3
Casuals: 0
Tag:LCSP, Woolsey_Fire
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ID Date Leader Hours
6082018-12-03Jerry Mitcham9.0
Crew Member Hours
Dave Edwards3.00
Jerry Mitcham3.00
John Kross3.00
This was a special trail damage assessment hike. The objective was to hike the Nicholas Flats (lower 1 mile) and Willow Creek trails to assess potential damage and general condition of the trails following the recent Woolsey Fire. We Began the hike at the Nicholas Flats trail head at Leo Carrillo State Park and hiked to the junction with the Willow Creek trail, then back to the beginning, a total of 2.2 miles. There were 3 volunteers present. Generally, this section of trail is in fair condition. All though the Willow Creek trail has no specific, dangerous conditions, one must use caution while walking in areas where minor slides have occurred. Met at the Rancho Potrero parking lot. Carpooled to Leo Carrillo State park Campground. Began hike at the Nicholas Flats trail head. Hiked up the hill to the junction with the Willow Creek Trail. This entire area was burned. However, the trail is in pretty good condition. All the drains need cleaning and there is a lot of light debris littering the trail. The trail is easily passable with no hazardous conditions. At the junction of the Willow Creek Trail, we headed downhill. This entire slope also burned. There are no specific hazardous spots, but there is a lot of slough and light debris on most of the trail. The footing is somewhat treacherous, so one must be very careful not to trip or slip. The lower part of the trail, where it parallels PCH is in very good condition. Completed the hike at the Nicholas Flats Trail head. Returned to the meeting place. Completed project. Total volunteer hours: 3 Volunteers x 3 hours = 9 hours Feet of trail surveyed: 11, 600 (2.2 miles)