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Help the Squamish Access Society - Trail Work in Murrin Park · Sunday, May 11th

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Organized by: Stephanie Grothe.

Start: Sunday, May. 11th, 9:00 am
End: Sunday, May. 11th, 11:00 am


The Squamish Access Society, those awesome people that build and maintain trails and climbing routes in Squamish, need your help.

Murrin Loop Trail is nearing completion but still needs some work crews to work on the trail. This trail is designed to connect existing and potential crags on a 2 Km loop with an outstanding destination viewpoint for the hiking public.

They would need about 12 to 15 people between 9:30am and 11am on Sunday, May 11th. Note that this is the weekend of Son of Rock, when we offer climbing instruction on Saturday and where people do what they want on Sunday. So, you could work on the trail until 11am, feel happy about giving back to the Squamish climbing community and afterward you can climb for the rest of the day or do whatever you like (swim in Murrin lake?).
For a map and more info google "Murrin Loop Trail". If you like to climb and (plan to) climb regularly in Squamish, you should come and join.


After swarming most of the crags in Squamish for Son of Rock this is a chance for the VOC to show that we also contribute to the work on the facilities.

Please sign up as interested and as committed so that we have an idea about who is coming.


Posted: 2014-04-17 11:33:03
Last modified: 2014-04-17 14:05:29