In September and October, we turned our attention to the City’s Dorothy Stewart Trail and Santa Fe National Forest’s Atalaya Trail, for which we recently renewed our adoption. Although we hadn’t worked on either for several years, these trails were in relatively good shape thanks to work by other, “informal” community volunteers over the years. We still found opportunities to de-berm and enhance or create new “grade reversals” to re-route storm drainage off of the trail – in the “unlikely” event of rain!
all-day Banff Mountain Film Festival – V...
Banff Mountain Film Festival – V...
Nov 26 2020 – Mar 31 2021 all-day
Preview About Banff Photo by Tony BonannoGet inspired, explore the mountain world and have a wild adventure from home! The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour is back and online with all new[...]
6:30 pm Online Chat – Gabe Velasquez & K...
Online Chat – Gabe Velasquez & K...
Mar 31 @ 6:30 pm
Gabe Velasquez Kevin Bixby March 31 6:30pm Cost-free event Join these two outspoken NM conservation advocates, activists, and change-makers as they discuss answers to the questions below and to your questions as well! We[...]
all-day Bears Ears Guided Camping Trip @ Bears Ears National Monument
Bears Ears Guided Camping Trip @ Bears Ears National Monument
May 2 – May 7 all-day
Outings and Explorations Immerse Yourself in the Canyons, Cultural Sites & Rock Art of Southeastern Utah’s Cedar Mesa When Sunday, May 2 to Friday, May 7, 2021 Price: $960 Deposit: $200 ($460 tax-deductible) Leader: Linda[...]