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Restore Wipe Out Hill/Sevenmile! Join us to restore Sevenmile Rim Trail and Wipe Out Hill

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Posted 26 March 2015 - 02:14 PM

Project date – Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Where to meet – Village Market parking lot on Dogwood Ave downtown Moab (across the

street from BLM regional office)

When: 7:30 am – Meet at Village Market, sign in volunteers

8:00 am – Depart for project along Sevenmile Rim Trail and at Wipe Out Hill

1 – 2 pm – Lunch (a sack lunch and water will be provided to all volunteers)

2 pm – Project completed. Enjoy the rest of the day!!

What to bring/wear – Sturdy boots, work gloves, hat and sunscreen

Vehicle Requirements – Trail capable vehicles

Project Description – Construct approximately one half of a mile of fencing along Sevenmile Rim Trail and around Wipe Out Hill to keep the area looking natural and to help clearly identify the trail in order to protect the public’s access and opportunities to enjoy this very popular trail and scenic overlook. Most of the fencing will be erected using t-posts and wire, except around Wipe Out Hill where buck and rail fence will be built for a more aesthetically pleasing look and to not obstruct the scenic view. Following the fence installation, volunteers will be invited to finish with a ride on Sevenmile Rim.

Questions? – Contact Evan Robins at or 801-627-0077 ext. #15

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Posted 27 March 2015 - 09:59 AM


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