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Easy Hikers--W&OD Trail and Tamarack Park, Vienna, VA

CANCELLED - Yankee Clippers AT Work Trip

Wanderbirds: Shenandoah River State Park, VA

Vigorous Hikers: Fetzer Gap

Easy Hikers--Foggy Bottom to Rosslyn Metro

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Lincoln Loggers - Old Rag Cabin

Wanderbirds: AT, Black Rock to High Rock to Pen Mar, MD

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PATC Executive Committee

Easy Hikers--Seneca Bluffs MD

Midweek Hike

New Members Meeting

Learn To Cross-Country/NORDIC Ski In Laurel Highlands PA

SNP/PATC Annual Trails Meeting

CANCELLED - Charlie Irvin Shelter Work Trip

Wanderbirds: Appalachian Trail, Ashby Gap to Manassas Gap, VA

Vigorous Hikers - Elizabeth Furnace Hiking and Bushwhacking with Optional Overnight at Glass House

Easy Hikers--Glover Archbold Trail, DC

CANCELLED - Charlie Irvin Shelter Work Trip

Basic Wilderness First Aid

Meet the Trail Patrol Hike - Gathland/Weverton, AT, MD

Vigorous Hikers - Swift Run Gap to Simmons Gap and return

Cross-Country/NORDIC ski trip in Laurel Highlands PA

Spooky Beaver Crew Work Trip - Prince William Forest Park, Triangle VA

Event Category: Trail Work

Start Date: Saturday, 11/11/2023

Start Time: 9:00 AM

Contact: Mark Ellis

Email: mark.ellis21@comcast.net


Join the Spooky Beaver Trail Crew to maintain the 37 miles of hiking paths in historic Prince William Forest Park (PWFP), Triangle, VA , a unit of the National Park Service (NPS). Typical tasks include building new and maintaining existing hiking trails and footbridges, vegetation control, and painting blazes on trees. Specific tasks to be performed during the outing will be provided via email.

Wear hiking shoes and dress for the weather; bring day pack, water (at least two quarts but more if hot weather), bug spray, trail lunch, safety glasses, work gloves, and any medications that might be needed (inhaler, epi pen, etc.). All tools and equipment provided.

Meet at the Turkey Run Education Center (TREC) parking lot by 9:00 am. We typically work until 2:30 pm, but you can leave as you like.


Please notify Mark Ellis at mark.ellis21@comcast.net or (703) 376-4150 if you plan to participate.  


COVID-19 Measures (updated on 3/12/2023)


The National Park Service follows the latest COVID-19 prevention practices determined by the COVID-19 Community Level as published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC for Prince William County, Virginia.  COVID-19 Community Levels are a tool to help communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. Levels can be low, medium, or high.  Currently Prince William County is rated “LOW.”  Prevention steps for “LOW” include staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccines and getting tested if you have COVID-19 symptoms.  See https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/covid-by-county.html for prevention measures and to check the Community Level for your city or county.