Bermstyle on Klootchy, NCTA

New Trail Construction at Klootchy
Creek in Clatsop County, Oregon

Having grown up on the Oregon Coast, we know first hand that the Astoria, Seaside and Cannon Beach area of Clatsop County has the terrain and the prerequisites of an MTB Trail Destination. Rivers, mountains, seaside views plus a healthy selection of breweries, coffee shops and restaurants already cater to an active tourism economy. It …

Kloochy Creek Trail Workday December 16th

Come help the Klootchy Creek Trails take shape!

We are planning to get out and work on the Klootchy Trails! Sunday December 16th. Meet at the parking lot at 8:30am. We will leave the gate at 9am. Dress for the weather and bring water and snacks.
A couple things to be sure you will need to do prior to coming:
Be sure you have your free GreenWood Resources Recreation Permit to be on the property.
Sign up to be a member of NWTA. It’s a simple click on the link below and membership will keep the necessary support coming from NWTA and IMBA towards what we are doing at the coast. Click here to be a member: http://www.nw-trail.org/join
See you on the 16th!

Chris Quackenbush
NCTA VP

Stub Fest 2016

This is a repost from our main chapter Northwest Trail Alliance:

Thank you for attending Stub Fest 2016
As an army of volunteers we accomplished a lot of substantial trail improvements again this year. With each trail project (big or small) we are making Stub an awesome place to ride.
EVENT STATS
100+ people attended
10 work crews worked on multiple trail projects
1,145 volunteer hours were logged during Stub Fest
45 people attended the Trail Building Class
$960 was raised for the trail design of the South Stub Expansion
40+ kids were at Stub Fest (not included in above total)
28% of the attendees had not ridden at Stub Stewart before
Thank you for helping create, enhance, and protect mountain bike riding opportunities; to advocate for trail access; to promote responsible mountain biking; and to build, maintain, and ride sustainable trails.
Together we can do amazing things.
Ted Dodd, Board Member