since i'm out of work, and the weather's starting to turn, i'm thinking of grabbing some pruners and small saws and heading out to some of our less maintained trails to do a little de-brushing. my knowledge of really bad trails is limited, so i'm looking for suggestions. i'm mostly willing to cut logs and branches, but not so much into the idea of shoveling or repairing any part of the dirt/rock trail itself as other organizations like WTA are much more knowledgeable and capable in that arena. thanks!
Marble Pass or Troublesome Creek.
Mineral creek to Park lakes.
Marten Lake, Middle Fork. Short bad section in an avy chute.
Scatter Creek to Grindstone, although when the road opens again this will probably get official attention.
Lennox Creek trail, up the North Fork Snoqualmie. That's got lots of brush to lop
South Cascade River to South Cascade lake!
Mt. Phelps (N. Fork Snoq.) - lots of downed trees to be cleared, trail overgrown
Pitcher Mtn. (Carbon Ridge) - At least through the meadow area, if not beyond
Mineral City to Poodle Dog Pass
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