It’s always nice to finish out the year on a high note, and thanks to the twenty eight volunteers who showed up to help out, that’s exactly what we’re doing! Over the years, Bay Area Climbers Coalition volunteers have made a tremendously positive impact at Glen Canyon, and during our last Adopt-A-Crag of 2019 we returned to focus on:
- Graffiti removal
- Trail maintenance and box step repair
- Brush clearing
Our graffiti removal team was able to remove some relatively new tags and liquid paper markings and revisited previous removals that required a little more attention. While we were at it, we removed many of the chalk marks that had accumulated over the years.
Glen Canyon’s trails are in better shape than they’ve been in quite some time, but there’s always room for improvement. Our volunteers helped to prevent further erosion by re-grading portions of the trail and repairing box steps.
No Glen Canyon Adopt-A-Crag would be complete without a little brush removal, so a team of volunteers worked to help clear away brush, trim back overgrowth, and remove fallen trees and branches that were obstructing the trails.
Thanks to the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department for their continued partnership and to all who showed up to help make this another successful Adopt-A-Crag! We’ll see you next year!