Single Event Record Display
|Trail: ||Willow Creek Trail|
|Hours:|| 60 |
|Regulars:|| 10 |
|Casuals:|| 0 |
|CSUCI:|| 0 |
Willow Creek Trail – Leo Carrillo State Park
Crewleader: Greg Sweel
Summary: This was a continuation of the Willow Creek Trail maintenance project.
A crew of 10 met at the Leo Carrillo day-use parking area at 8:30 am. We distributed tools and discussed the work plan. We hiked up the Willow Creek Trail and continued our project to remove slough from the uphill side of the trail and restore the four-foot wide path. A couple of areas required removing rocks which could cause tripping hazards and forced hikers to the outside edge of the trail. We used pick-mattocks, McLeods, and a sledge hammer to clear the trail. Some minor brushing was also performed. We brushed and cleared approximately 0.15 mile (800 feet) of trail. The majority of the trail is now completed with just a few small sections remaining. We finished work for the day, gathered the tools, and hiked back to the day-use parking lot and completed our work at 2:30 pm.
Crew size: 10
Total Hours worked: 60
Total feet of trail worked: 800 feet
Crew Members: Dave Edwards, John Kross, Jon Sheldon, Greg Sweel, George Sherman, Don Brusselars, Jerry Mitcham, Norm Simmonds, Sharon Simmonds, Barry Dydyk