Get Involved

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BRATTS is an all-volunteer organization and we always welcome help from interested people.

We conduct numerous trail maintenance days each year, and we post information about the events on this siteĀ and on our Facebook Page.

Whenever we post information about an event we will let you know what kind of help we need, when and where to meet, and how long the event is expected to last.

If you have questions about volunteering, please use the Contact menu above.


Adopt-A-Trail

BRATTS conducts an “Adopt-A-Trail” program where individuals or organizations can “adopt” a trail.  Responsibilities include removing blowdowns, brushing, blazing, and cleaning waterbars.  All adopters must be members of BRATTS (membership is free!)

We have trails up for adoption!  If you’re interested in becoming a trail adopter, please contact Jim at belknapadoptatrail@gmail.com

 

BRATTS Trail Tending Guide


BRATTS Work Days

For all work days, please wear boots and pants, and bring gloves, beverages of choice, and lunch.
All ages are welcome and no previous experience is necessary!  Common tasks include digging gravel, quarrying rock, constructing waterbars, and installing rock steps.
 
Here is the 2018 schedule (last updated 06/08/2018):
April 14 Lockes Hill  
May 12 Piper Mountain Trail  
May 26 Piper Mountain Trail  
June 16 Benjamin Weeks Trail  
June 30 Gunstock Summit Meet at Gunstock
July 21 Gunstock Summit Meet at Gunstock
August 11 Gunstock Summit Meet at Gunstock
August 25 Gunstock Summit Meet at Gunstock
September 1 East Gilford Trail  
September 15 East Gilford Trail  
September 29 Belknap Red Trail  
October 13 Belknap Red Trail  
October 27 Belknap Blue Trail  
November 3    

 

 


BRATTS Membership Application

Membership is free and gets you ready to help out on any of our trail maintenance project.

Click Here to download the application form.

The form contains information on how to submit the form.