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IMBA Trailbuilding School -- IMBA National Trails Event Day 4 Sunday, June 7th - 9:00 AM
Organizer: Mike Location: Duthie Hill

Join IMBA and Evergreen for theee Trailbuilding Event of the year!

-- Location: Duthie Hill Lodge, 27101 SE Duthie Hill Road, Issaquah, WA 98029
-- 9am Class starts in the conference room
-- 12pm Lunch and hike into the woods
-- 1pm Field Session starts
-- 4pm Finish and head back to the Lodge

Info, Directions and Maps of Duthie here: http://evergreenmtb.org/wiki/index.php?title=Duthie

We'll provide pizza for lunch. There will be a small donation jar to cover the cost of lunch.

For more info on the trailbuilding school, check out IMBA's website: http://www.imba.com/tcc/trailschool.html.

This event is part of the June 4-7 IMBA National Trails Event – see "more info" below.

More Info:

IMBA National Trails Event

IMBA is coming to Washington June 4-7, and you’re invited to join in the special events. Jason Van Horn and Inga Beck of the Subaru/IMBA Trail Care Crew are teaming with Evergreen for a long weekend dedicated to improving local trails and having a fun time riding. The main event is the Sunday June 7 Trailbuilding School to celebrate National Trails Day.

Here's the schedule:
-- Thurs 6/4: evening ride at Paradise Valley
-- Fri 6/5: evening ride at Tokul East
-- Sat 6/6: Seattle Works work party at Duthie Hill
-- Sun 6/7: Trailbuilding School at Duthie Hill -- morning classroom session + lunch + afternoon field session.

For directions, maps and more info on Duthie Hill, check out the Evergreen's trail page: http://evergreenmtb.org/wiki/index.php?title=Duthie.

For more info on the trailbuilding school, check out IMBA's website: http://www.imba.com/tcc/trailschool.html.

Meet Jason and Inga. They’re one of two IMBA Trail Crew teams and will be coming to Washington. Armed with a brand new Subaru and two Gary Fisher Roscoe mountain bikes, Jason and Inga will travel North America to lead trail work sessions, meet with land managers, and connect with IMBA-affiliated mountain bike clubs to improve local MTB opportunities. Sounds like a dream job to me, and Jason and Inga are living the dream.

Max people: 40
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