Located in the heart of the Colorado Plateau, the Bureau of Land Management's Moab Field Office serves 1.8 million acres of scenic canyon country. Carved by the Colorado and Green Rivers, Moab's public lands include a vast variety of arches, natural bridges, mesas, and spires. These lands comprise an internationally recognized recreation destination. The extraordinarily scenic and diverse landscape, the accessibility of the great rivers, the presence of interesting cultural and paleontological resources, and the opportunities for a wide range of recreational activities have made the Moab area very popular for those seeking outdoor experiences. Recreational opportunities range from casual sightseeing, moments of solitude and hiking to more physically demanding activities such as mountain biking, rock climbing, and river running.
Our service project entails trail work on the Trough Springs Trail and offers views of Bears Ears National Monument and Canyonlands Nation Park in the area of our campground. The Trough Springs Trail is a 2.5-mile long trail which descends 1,100ft with an awesome view climbing down into the canyon. Participants will be building steps, constructing drainages, and retaining walls. Participants will also help in trail delineation and brushing. Participants will be staying at the front country Hatch Point Campground in the Canyon Rims Area. On our day off, we'll have our pick of areas to visit including hiking to numerous rock arches in the area, exploring, photography, etc.
This project is rated as a strenuous project.
Check out more photos from our previous service projects with the Moab BLM in our photo gallery.
Mar 23rd - Mar 30th 2019
Trail maintenance on Trough Springs Trail.
Day hiking, photography, river swimming, scenic drives, and exploration of this unique southwest gem
Tent camping at Hatch Point Campground in the Canyon Rims Area.
Strenuous : Digging, raking, bending, rock moving, lifting, hauling