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Upcoming Public Trail Stewardship Projects in Panthertown Valley
Throughout the year we host public trail stewardship days with volunteer opportunities in Panthertown Valley on designated dates from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. (weather permitting) with plenty of time left in the remaining afternoon to continue exploring this special place.
Contact us with any questions.
Now accepting applications for volunteers to join our Stew Crew!
Volunteer at any of our public work days, as often as you’d like, whenever you are available. Everyone is welcome and no experience is required.
There are lots of opportunities to get involved, on the trails, in the office, or in the community. Let us know how you’d like to help!
Saturday, October 15 – Trail Stewardship Project ☀️
Volunteers meet 9am at Salt Rock Gap entrance
Dates are subject to change. Keep checking back for updates.
Would you like to go hiking in Panthertown and learn about the conservation work that we do to keep the trails maintained and the valley protected? You’ll get a guided tour of part of the valley and meet others who also love Panthertown. It’s a fun way to give back to this special place. Contact us with any questions you have, or to sign-up for a work day.
Everyone is welcome! No previous trail work experience is necessary, just a desire to help out on the trails. We usually hike around five miles round-trip on easy to moderate trails while doing trail corridor clearing, pruning, and some tread and drain work. It’s a great way to meet others who also appreciate Panthertown Valley.
If you have a group or organization that would like to work on trails as a service project or to Adopt-A-Trail, please give us a call at (828) 269-HIKE (4453) or send an e-mail, we can arrange a special day in Panthertown for your group.
“Protecting and maintaining Panthertown Valley”