#TrailsRoc is sponsoring a section of the Letchworth branch of the Fingerlakes trail this year. (Sections between access D and E) This page will be used to chronicle our efforts and track person-hours spent maintaining this jewel of the region.
2020 cumulative person hours 100
March 8, 2020. 0.5 hours. I (TB) was trail running through the area and did some recon for future improvements. It was a great day for it, the ground was still partially frozen but you could see where the muddy spots would be. No tools today, but I cleared up a creek crossing, dropping the water level from two feet to a few inches. Also scouted a trail reroute around the permanently muddy section north of the power lines and a fix to the field area under the power lines.
March 15 2020. Two people. 2 hours. Hit the E to D section of the Letchworth FLT. Cleaning up (draining) some mud spots, creek crossings and scouting another trail reroute
March 29th 2020 2.5 hours.
Solo effort today. Did some drainage improvements to Access trail D (blue) and a small part of the FLT near D.
April 5th 2020 5 hours
Solo. Cleaned out the exits of the drainage ditches and creeks to make the trails drier. Scouted out a bypass for a creek crossing. Section between D and E.
April 28th 2020 7.5 hours.
Solo. Cleaned, created drainage ditches for wet spots, dug out creeks for half of the FLT – Letchworth branch between access E and F.
May 1st 2020 7 hours.
Solo Cleaned, created drainage ditches for wet spots, dug out creeks for the other half of the FLT – Letchworth branch between access E and F.
May 23rd 2020 two teams of 6 workers, 3 hours each 36 Hours.
Two six person teams split up and worked on drainage, and blazing the trails between access D and E.
June 13th 2020 Solo. 2.5 hours
Cut the brush on access trail D and the powerlines area of the FLT
October 3. Solo 2 hours
Moved some logs out of a creek, scouted future trail work.
October 17th. Twelve people. 33 hours.
Bench cut narrow areas, added a trail reroute, blazed.