Together with the Tahoma Chapter of the Backcountry Horsemen of Washington and Washington Trails Association, we sliced through the shiny blue ribbon and celebrated our brand spankin’ new trailhead at Taylor Mountain Forest. And it was already being put to good use by the 30 some horses and their humans and trucks and trailers!
Funded in part with a NOVA grant from the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office, this project also improved 2 miles of trails, the Elk Ridge and Carey Creek Trails, making it easier for 4-legged and 2-legged visitors alike to enjoy the trails.
All told, our amazing partners provided more than 5,000 hours of volunteer time during some 50 events to bring this awesome horse happiness to Taylor Mountain Forest!
Head over to our Flickr site for more event photos.