Texas Trail Tamers

Upcoming events

    • 2 Jun 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Spyglass Access @ Barton Creek Greenbelt

    Join the Trail Tamers in support of National Trails Day.  This will be a trail maintenance project to restore a section of trail (between the Spyglass Access and the climbing wall) that the Trail Tamers installed over 10 years ago during a previus NTD workday.   Charlie Bray is the crew leader for the project.

    • 2 Jun 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Barton Creek Greenbelt East (Loop 360 Access)

    This National Trails Day project will involve the repair of a bike diversion just south of the 360 bridge.  This bike diversion has failed and bikes are now entering the pedestrian segment of the Barton Creek Trail.  

    This project will involve the repair of the remaining structure and installation of a cedar post fence to block bike access to the pedestrian trail.  This is a great project for our bridge builders because it will involve post hole digging, post hauling, sawing, and pulling splinters out of your hands.

    • 1 Sep 2018
    • 3 Sep 2018
    • Carson National Forest New Mexico

    The Trail Tamers continue to support the Continental Divide Trail Coalition in their efforts to build and maintain the Continental Divide Trail. 

    This year we will return to the Carson National Forest in northern New Mexico to rehabilitate 5 miles of an area along the CDT that has been affected by constant blow down which has resulted in the closure of the CDT and surrounding areas until now. Volunteers will work to reestablish the tread and install drainage structures where needed and may also assist with installing CDT signs as reassurance markers along the Trail. Volunteers will arrive the evening of the 28th to set up camp, workdays will be the 29th-31st.

    This project is broken up into 2 separate projects. Volunteers can choose to register for one or both of the Canjilon Lakes projects, if you plan on going to both, make sure to register for both.

    This is a CDTC project, so please also register with the CDTC 


    Elevation: 9,000 ft

The Central Texas Trail Tamers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. PO Box 90443, Austin, TX 78709-0443

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