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Event#:772
Date: 2020-11-21
Agency:State Parks
Trail: Chamberlain Trail
Leader:Dave Edwards
Hours: 42
Volunteers:5
Distance:3200
Status: Completed
Regulars: 5
Casuals: 0
pdf:20201121ChamberlainTrail.pdf
CSUCI: 0
Tag:PMSP, BBT
Previous Events
ID Date Leader Hours
7722020-11-21Dave Edwards42.5
6232019-02-23John Kross296.0
2252014-04-26Dave Edwards84.0
1902013-12-07Jerry Mitcham134.0
1612013-04-2030.0
392012-03-1166.0
Crew Member Hours
Dave Edwards8.50
George Sherman8.50
Greg Sweel8.50
John Kross8.50
Jon Sheldon8.50
Location: Chamberlain/Backbone trail, Point Mugu State Park Crew leader: Dave Edwards Summary: We met at Wendy and Potrero parking area at 7:00 and drove to the Danielson Multiuse Area. From there we hiked about 2.65 miles up Blue Canyon to begin clearing brush and weeds from where we previously left off. With a crew of 5 we employed two gas powered hedge trimmers and cleared about 3200 feet of trail. We fixed one badly eroded spot by installing a small rock wall. We quit work at 1:45 and hiked backed to Danielson and drove back then to Wendy arriving at 3:40. The Old Boney/Backbone trail is now cleared up to its juncture with the Chamberlain trail and then 1.25 miles up the Chamberlain trail. We are now about 0.35 mile from Chamberlain Rock. I hiked up the trail to the saddle next to the “Eye of the Dinosaur” rock formation. The trail is a total mess from Chamberlain Rock to the saddle. It’s grown in almost the entire length to the top. Large stands of Bleeding Hearts dominate the sides of the trail leaving only a foot or so open. Other plants have grown into the trail as well. The distance needing to be cleared is about 1.25 miles. It will be a slow go. Crew size: 5 Hours worked: 8.5 Total hours: 42.5 Total feet of trail worked: 3200 ft