Thursday, May 26, 9 AM | Building the Porcupine Caves Trail on Bramley Mountain

Bramley cliffsThe Porcupine Caves Trail, last of the three trails being constructed on Bramley Mountain, is well on it’s way to completion – the route is laid out, the blowdown and views are cut, the clearing is done, much of the sidehilling is done and a bit of stone step setting has been completed.

Now we need to clear the path of leaves, lose rocks, small limbs, and take care of minor problems hidden underneath them. At a little over 1 mile long, we need a good sized crew of trail builders to bring bow rakes and help clean the trailbed from the summit to the quarry. Bring work gloves, plenty to drink and lunch. Along the way you’ll enjoy a preview of the great views and features. You may even see a porcupine or two and spotted salamanders.

No dogs on this hike due to safety concerns.

Please join us for what will be a very satisfying day as we wrap up construction of this exciting new hiking destination.

Contact: To register and for more information, email Wendell George at or call 845-586-6273.

Directions: We’ll meet at the newly improved trailhead parking area on Glen Burnie Rd. The trailhead is about 3 miles north of SR 28 and about 1/2 mile south of CR18 in the Town of Delhi.


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