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Special thanks to REI for a generous grant for restoring trails at Crystal Lake
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HikerThe San Gabriel Mountains Trailbuilders (SGMTB) is an all-volunteer public service organization dedicated to constructing and maintaining hiking trails in the San Gabriel Mountains' Angeles National Forest in Southern California.

As of spring 2014, we are continuing to work on Icehouse Canyon Trail. We work on the first, third, and fifth Saturday of each month.
     The meeting location for this project is the small parking lot just to the east of the main Icehouse Canyon parking lot. We leave from there promptly at 8:30 a.m. and are working just up the trail from Cabin 39. If you have questions, contact Ben White: bwootenwhite@hotmail.com.
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John Seales Bridge over Laurel Gulch
John Seales Bridge
May 15, 2009 - Building the John Seales Bridge over Laurel Gulch on East Fork Trail, San Gabriel River. The heavily used trail hosts thousands of hikers annually en route to the legendary Bridge to Nowhere.
View workday write-up and photos
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