Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association - Event Information
Milk Lake Trail building Project
There will be a Trail building project the weekend of June 28-30 2019. The project will reroute a portion of the Milk Lake Trail out of a sensitive riparian area. Milk Lake Trail is a popular 4X4 trail off of Hwy 410 on Chinook Pass. The project is a cooperative effort by the Pacific Northwest 4 Wheel Drive Association and the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife. The preliminary planning and preparation for the project has been done by Ron Rutherford and several members of the Jeeping Nomads.
The USFS Chinook Pass Work Center has been secured at no cost from the Naches Ranger District as a project staging and camp area for the weekend.
We are asking people to preregister to save time and keep the administrative time to a minimum. If you are planning on attending please e-mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Friday June 28, 2019 Move into staging, set up camp, and get organized. Saturday June 30, 2019 8:00 am project details and safety briefing. Work on the trail Sunday July 1, 2019 If needed complete work on the trail. Enjoy the mountains!!
Thing you should know.
The Chinook Pass Work Center will be open field Dry Camping at this point we do not have a porta pottie (no funding )so if possible come self-contained or prepared.
Food and Drinks for the weekend are on your own.
Tools are not provided. We will need Loppers, axe, shovel, hand saws, chain saws (Training and Certification),etc.
Basic Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) Gloves, appropriate foot wear, Eye protection, Long Pants and shirt, Helmet, etc.
If you are using a chain saw the basic safety equipment is needed.