The monthly trail day in June was a huge success. The volunteers who came out to help revitalize Dana Peak Fenceline trail were awesome. We were able to accomplish a few goals when it comes to water drainage. First, we installed the bridge in a location that has had trouble after a heavy rain from drying. Then we installed new drainage gutters in some other trouble spots. Along with cleaning some trees and slappers that get in the way. This crew worked tirelessly through the hot Texas heat to make these trails some of the best possible. I like to thank all volunteers for helping and bringing some much needed food to replenish the body.
This past trail day was a success and would like to thank all the volunteers who came out to help revive parts of Dana Peak park. The day turned out to be a beautiful day for trail work. With the help of some amazing people we were able to remove large trees that were obstructing the trail around twin peaks. We removed dangerous vines that could have resulted in serious injury if someone would have crashed in the area. We improved the line of sight in both directions so that people enjoying the trail can see what is coming. Again thanks to all the volunteers that helped on this beautiful Sunday to revive Dana Peak park. There will be more trail days in the future at least every month so be on the look out.
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This past trail day was a success and would like to thank all the volunteers who came out helped revive parts of Dana Peak park. We were able to clean up and re-route parts of the trail known as Auntie Rob. We also had a team that deconstructed the bridge on the fenceline trail to be installed in its original intended location. Again thanks to all the volunteers that helped on this rainy weekend to revive Dana Peak park. There will be more trail days in the future be on the look out.