Last Day at Pancake Rocks with Pancake at Pancake Rocks
This is a community stewardship opportunity, where we welcome volunteers of all backgrounds and communities. Due to the strenuous nature of the work at Pancake Rocks, volunteers need to be 16 and older and accompanied by a parent if under 18.
Registration will close Sunday, September 10th at 11:59 pm.
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This is a community stewardship day, which we acknowledge takes place on the traditional unceded territory of the Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute), and Cheyenne Nations*. We acknowledge the painful history of genocide and forced occupation of their territory, and we honor and respect the many diverse indigenous people connected to this land on which our stewardship days take place.
Please meet RMFI at the Horsetheif Park Trailhead off CO-67, please use the link below to navigate to the trailhead as while driving on 67 it will come up quickly.
8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Registration will close Monday, September 18th at 12:00 pm.
-We do ask that all volunteers be available for the entire workday, we will not be close to the trailhead and a staff member will not be available to hike you down separately.
Activity: This US Forest Service property is a year-round popular multi-use trail that is part of the greater Ring the Peak Trail. The reroute portion of the work at Pancake Rocks should be wrapped up by now, for this workday we will focus on restoring the old trail alignment. Project tasks may include decompacting hardened soils, moving materials such as rock, dirt, and reinforcing the points of entry on the old alignment. This is strenuous work using tools in the outdoors. at elevations between 10'000-11'000 feet. Be prepared for a rewarding day of trail work! If you have concerns about accessibility on this stewardship day, please reach out to us, or for your reference please use our Trail Terminology Guide to learn more about this activity.
For more information about what to bring for the stewardship day, visit our FAQ page.
*If you would like to learn about the native territories that each of our projects are located on, please follow this link: https://www.rmfi.org/projects.