Striped Peak Work Party

OCTOBER 26, 2019

8:30 A.M. TO 3:30 P.M. 

Striped Peak rises above the Strait of Juan de Fuca just east of the Salt Creek Recreation Area. Views of the Strait are spectacular. Our mission is to construct a new trail to create the opportunity for a loop hike around the peak. Our hike to the project site is expected to be 1-3 miles roundtrip. We'll have fun, work hard and make a difference! No experience is necessary.
8:30 AM: Be ready to sign in and meet the crew, rain or shine
8:35 AM: Gather for a safety briefing, then hike to the project site
Morning: Work at your own pace, and take breaks throughout the day
12:00 PM: Lunch on the trail
Afternoon: Consider trying a new task before wrapping up the day's work
3:30 PM: Sign out after enjoying refreshments at the trailhead
For safety reasons, arriving late or leaving early is not allowed.
Please register for this work party on the Washington Trails Association website:
This party takes place over multiple dates: Oct. 12, 13, 26, and 27
What to bring
Long pants 
Work gloves
Long-sleeved shirt recommended
Eye protection recommended (glasses, sunglasses or safety glasses)
Lunch and plenty of water
Rain jacket and pants
Extra warm clothing in case of wet or cold weather
A pack to carry your personal gear
From the intersection of US 101 and SR 112 head west on SR112 for 4.6 miles. Turn right on Freshwater Bay Road and follow for 2.3 miles. Keep right and continue to Freshwater Bay boat launch. Meet crew here to caravan/carpool to trailhead.
Justin Zarzeczny
This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass.
To learn more about volunteering on DNR-managed lands, click here

October 26, 2019