Five SCA members took to the field for their first project of the season on Camas Creek Trail in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. This twelve mile trail is an essential travel route to access the heart of the 2.3 million acre wilderness area.
This part of Idaho has some incredibly steep terrain and much of the work completed by the five SCA members was focused on reinforcing the trail with rock retaining walls and making small relocations of the trail tread. The SCA members moved hundreds of rocks and dug out over 500 feet of new tread to help maintain the trail into the future and increase the level of safety for stock users.
Here are some photos of the work: