During the Summer Months we work at upper elevations, and during Winter
Months we generally work at lower elevations.
Scouts from Troop 801 of Brea follow
Trailbuilder Helen Oakley to work on the Big Cienega Trail.
Anyone who wants to become involved is welcome. A volunteer under the age
of 18 years old must be accompanied by a responsible adult, outlined in
this SGMTB MINOR
POLICY (Word Document).
- MEETING LOCATION: San Gabriel Canyon Gateway Center, 1950 North
San Gabriel Canyon Road (Hwy 39), Azusa, CA 91702. The beautiful new forest
service facility is on the right as you round the bend to the right at the
mouth of the canyon. It's about three miles north of the 210 Freeway (one
mile north of Sierra Madre Avenue).
- We car pool from the Gateway Center to the work site, leaving at
8:00 AM sharp. We usually return to the Gateway Center between 3:30
- Bring your lunch and at least 2 quarts of water per person.
- Bring work gloves and wear lug-soled boots for your safety.
- Bring a day pack (You will be expected to carry tools along with your own gear).
- Bring extra clothing (temperatures in the mountains can fluctuate widely).
- All tools and instruction are provided.
- Rain cancels the trip, and the leaders maintain the right to cancel the trip for any reason.
Trailbuilder Young Hahn leads a trail-working organization which performs
trail maintenance within the Baldy area. See Baldy
Volunteers to learn more.
Attention Scouts and Scouters:
Trailbuilder Bron Draganov instructs some Scouts.
We have for years worked closely with many Boy Scout
troops throughout Orange and Los Angeles Counties, who have primarily been
in need of service hours for advancement. We can accomodate individuals or
groups of Scouts most any of the Saturdays in which work is scheduled.
There are always plenty of experienced trailbuilders to assist and supervise,
tools to use, and work to do.
The work is hard and dusty but it helps boys and their dads or moms to learn
the rudiments of proper trailbuilding and maintenance. It gives them an
appreciation for what it took to build that Sierras' trail they tread last
summer. They learn how to use unusual tools, to build rock walls, steps and
culverts, to pull out stumps, and to properly grade a trail to prevent
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For more information about the SGMTB call or email:
Ben White: 626-303-1078 | benw@SGMTrailbuilders.org
Non Discrimination Policy:
The SGMTB does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
age, gender, disability, familial status, or political affiliation.