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1 week ago

Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society

Boedecker Lake Trail (part 3)
Another 357' of new trial laid down by just 7 volunteers last Thursday !
event album:https://drive.google.com/open?id=10gn71cr9umF0bvmv2kn2EI_drt2IJrr1
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2 weeks ago

Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society

Bodecker lake - Part 2

Another 400+ feet of new trail constructed yesterday (only 5 more hits to go at our current rate !). Good call rescheduling event from Thursday to Wednesday this week (currently 104 outside !)

More pictures:https://drive.google.com/open?id=1DqJnFvJ30Y0lTd6dy9_SY3AvEtojp0od

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CATS Alert.

Due to upcoming heat wave we are moving this week's build to Wednesday June 27 evening from 3 - 7:30pm. This move is to ensure the health and safety of our volunteers. If you are joining us on the trail please be sure to bring plenty of water so that you can keep hydrated. Hope to see you tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society

Bodecker Lake Trail -Part 1

Last week CATS started work on a brand new trail system in Loveland near Bodecker Lake (our 4th in the area) Over 325 feet on new trail constructed (but over 2500 feet remaining so we will definitely be back !)

more photos: drive.google.com/open?id=1u7zef7uWgtiSMorZX4POQfZGS7MrO_j7

Project Report: coloradotrailcats.blogspot.com/2018/06/cats-break-in-new-trail-june-21-2018.html ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society

The CATS spend last Thursday out at Devils Backbone for the Larimer County Natural Resources department to help repair the section of trail under the Key Hole which was starting to erode away and to help install a number of drainages and water bars down the trail in sections that were starting to accumulate water. Overall the night went great and we are happy to report that all of the work was completed without issue.

If you live in the area be sure to go check out our work.

Hope to see you on the trail.

#trailrepair #devilsbackbone #trailbuilders

event album:https://drive.google.com/open?id=1EgY7X6ZLOF3UeB2ccFQ6yNrGt8h5csuZ

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1 month ago

Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society

The CATS partnered with WRV and NOCO Climbing over the weekend to help repair a stretch of trail at Lory State Park which gives access to a bouldering section under Arthur’s Rock. With the sun at our backs and rocks scattered all along the hillside the crews jumped to work repairing the trail one drainage/step at a time. Even with the heat of the day making it hard to keep up, the crews did an amazing job of repairing the trail. Happy to be working with Lory State park again.

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1 month ago

Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society

The Boise Project has officially come to an end. Thanks to a few thousand willborrows of crusher fine, some encouragement from an eagle and a few ospreys and some awesome volunteers we were able to finish off the New loop trail off Boise drive in Loveland Colorado. The trail won’t open just yet however as the city plans to build a small kiosk and parking lot for the trail, however once it is open up we will let you know.

Be sure to keep an eye out on our website for the location of the project next week. Hope to see you in the trail.

#newtrail #volunteers #cityofloveland

Project Report: coloradotrailcats.blogspot.com/2018/06/cats-finish-boise-project-grand-finale.html ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Colorado Addicted Trailbuilders Society

After a fun national trails day event on Saturday, a number of the CATS traveled up the Poudre Canyon to work on some new trail at Young Gulch today. The CATS joined up with members from WRV, OMBC and PWV to build a number of rock walls and rock structures to help support the trail. There’s nothing better then getting out and building some new trail. ... See MoreSee Less

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