WOMEN ONLY EVENT – SORRY BOYS 😉
Where: Taylor Canyon Trailhead (43.745738, -114.360851)
When: July 26th, 2022 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Difficulty: Easy ~ 1 mile hike in, moderate – work activity
Project Description: Taylor Canyon Trail – widening the trail on some steeper side slope, making it easier to ride, pass other users and for horse access.
We will meet at the trailhead, go over safety, hand out tools and PPE.
What to bring/wear: Closed toe/ankle supporting shoes and pants will be required. We recommend bringing your own eye protection/sunglasses, work gloves and sunscreen. A small pack is nice to have for water, layers and a snack.
What we will provide: Tools, required PPE available for use: eye protection, gloves, hard hats (bike helmets are not an appropriate substitute)
RSVP: Yes please! BELOW.
Directions: From Ketchum,
Head north from Ketchum for 3.4 miles to the Lake Creek Road
Take a Right on Lake Creek Road
Follow Lake Creek road up through the Lake Creek subdivision.
After about a mile the road turns to dirt/gravel just before the Forest Service Boundary. The signed Taylor Canyon Road is just up ahead on the left. Follow it to the start of the loop.
The access point has very limited parking; room for about a half-dozen cars or so, and the parking spots are quite tippy. There is a large open area for parking near the mouth of the Lake Creek Canyon and near to the Forest Service boundary sign. Shuttle from here if you can.