April 12, 2012
Trailbuilding on the Ozark Trail: April 28 and 29
Would you like to spend a weekend in the beautiful Current River watershed? Do
you want to help maintain the Ozark Trail? Would you like to meet other
adventurous Sierra Club members from around the state?
If so, then RSVP here.
intrepid trailbuilding leaders Paul Stupperich and Bob Gestel (pictured right)
at the Blair Creek section of the Ozark Trail in the Roger Pryor backcountry
during the weekend of April 28 and 29 for general maintenance. You should meet
on Saturday April 28 at 10 a.m.at the intersection of Highway 72 and Highway P,
about 5 miles east of Bunker.
This is one of the earliest sections of the Ozark Trail and was completed by the
Sierra Club and our friends about 1979. There may still be spring flowers. Come
to enjoy as well as work. You will be camping at Himont near Midridge. Bring
your tent and camping gear. You will also need sturdy foot wear, work gloves,
and rain gear. All tools and meals will be furnished.
You can RSVP right here.
For more information, contact Bob Gestel at email@example.com or call him at
This is a great chance to do good for your state and also learn more about
threats to the Current River.
What: Trail Maintenance Who: Sierra Club members from
Meet at the intersection of Highway 72 and Highway P about 5 miles east of
When: Saturday and Sunday, April 28 and 29. Meet at 10 a.m.
You can RSVP here
For More Information: Conatct Bob Gestel at 636-296-8975 or
We hope to see you in the backcountry!