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Gordon Meadows Trail

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Length
1.0 miles
Elevation
324'
Rating
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  • Joe Myers January 1, 2020 at 5:51 pmFrom HCFV: Okay, this really was the LAST work day of 2019 for the Salamander Crew. We headed to Gordon Meadow Trail in the Sweet Home District. The brushing team, Beth, Phil and Tom, entered by the west TH which is just 3000 ft elevation and snow free. We hit the salmonberry with the power brusher in the first mile and then settled in to work on the intensely overgrown switchbacks through an old timber harvest. The saw team, Art and Pete, drove up through slush and snow to the middle TH and worked their way back west cutting out 20 logs before joining the brushers to attack baby trees until we ran out of day and the rain moved in. Looks like we still have one more day of work brushing here, so consider joining us on January 7th!

Trail Description

Gordon Meadows Trail has yet to be ridden by the team at BendTrails as we were busy working on other areas in the region last summer. Yet you can find a lovely write-up at the Dirt Magnet. This is a short trail which connects to Gordon Lakes Trail on the North end and NF-345 on the South end. Many thanks to the photos in this gallery from Eric Brown (the Dirt Magnet).

Trail Photos

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Trail Reports » Gordon Meadows

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  1. Joe Myers says:

    From HCFV: Okay, this really was the LAST work day of 2019 for the Salamander Crew. We headed to Gordon Meadow Trail in the Sweet Home District. The brushing team, Beth, Phil and Tom, entered by the west TH which is just 3000 ft elevation and snow free. We hit the salmonberry with the power brusher in the first mile and then settled in to work on the intensely overgrown switchbacks through an old timber harvest. The saw team, Art and Pete, drove up through slush and snow to the middle TH and worked their way back west cutting out 20 logs before joining the brushers to attack baby trees until we ran out of day and the rain moved in. Looks like we still have one more day of work brushing here, so consider joining us on January 7th!

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