SUNY Delhi Students Work to Maintain Trails in the Western Catskills

img_0566On October 26 a group of SUNY Delhi students, led by Professor David DeForest of the Division of Applied Science and Recreation, maintained sections of the Mary Smith Trail and the Pelnor Hollow Trail from Berry Brook Road to Split Rock. The group cleared several blowdowns and lots of blackberries, etc. that had grown into the trail, making this area difficult to pass through.

The CMC would like to thank all participants for coming out on a chilly day and showing some love for the path to the spectacular Split Rock view.

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  1. George J. Dagis
    George J. Dagis November 3, 2016 at 6:37 pm . Reply

    I am the Project manager/ coordinator for the Catskill Map set published by the New York New Jersey Trail Conference. I am always looking for information on the trails (changes of any sort, GPS tracks etc.). If I may correspond with the leader of this group regarding these things kindly email me at gjdagis@hvc.rr.com so that communications may be established. Thank you – – – George J. Dagis

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