Winter Wildlands Alliance, with support from SnowSchool at Bogus Basin and Boise REI, will be hosting the 5th annual stewardship project at Mores Mountain. In partnership with US Forest Service’s Mountain Home Ranger District volunteers will gather to give back to a treasured, outdoor space at Mores Mountain. With its close proximity to the Treasure Valley, Mores Mountain is a well-loved and well used recreational area just above Bogus Basin. Mores Mountain offers trails for hikers, bikers, and skiers alike. With its panoramic views, guided nature walks, and designated picnic and camping spots it is a year round destination for multiple users groups.
Winter Wildlands would like to invite you to our 5th annual Stewardship project at Mores Mountain. This is our opportunity to give back to the places we play and love. We will be out on the trails, improving trail features, removing brush and cleaning up from the many months of use.
Project will be Friday June 23rd at 9:00 am at the Mores Mountain Trailhead, past Bogus Basin Ski Area. If you are interested in carpooling please come to the Bogus Basin Main Offices at 2600 Bogus Basin Rd at 8:00am to ride up.
Gather your friends and family and join us for this one day volunteer event.
We will be out on the trails from 9:00am – 3pm. Please bring
• Work Gloves
• Good walking/hiking shoes
• Loads of smiles and high fives
Winter Wildlands will provide work tools, snacks and high fives right back at cha!
We look forward to a great day in the dirt. If you have any questions about the event please contact Kerry McClay at email@example.com