2012 Epic Volunteers

An outstanding group of Volunteers at the 2012 Epic at Buffalo Creek
2012 Epic Volunteers

Saturday Night Campfire

Hanging at the Campfire on Saturday evening.
Saturday Night Campfire

Kai & Mom

Kicking back with Mom at the 2012 Epic at Buffalo Creek  
Kai & Mom

Honey Stinger

Great new Energy Sponsor for the 2012 Epic
Honey Stinger

Tire Toss

A little relaxing fun at the campground during the 2011 Epic at Buffalo Creek courtesy of the BikeSource
Tire Toss

Wizards of Whack

Some excellent entertainment & beverage for our volunteers after a great day on trail at the 2012 Epic at Buffalo Creek
Wizards of Whack

USFS Assist

Forest Service fire crew clearing standing dead and down trees for the volunteers
USFS Assist

Walking Out

Volunteers walking out in the "Burn" area on the upper section of Nice Kitty Trail
Walking Out

Youth Volunteers

  Youth volunteers for the Trailblazers' 5/14/11 Trail Day
Youth Volunteers

Finish Trail Tread & Boardwalk

 Outstanding finished trail tread and "Boardwalk" on the saddle of Nice Kitty Trail
Finish Trail Tread & Boardwalk

The Trailblazers’ Volunteer results at Reynolds Park have been OUTSTANDING!!!

On July 16th, 2016 the Trailblazers will again be partnering with JCOS at Reynolds Park for some switchback rehabilitation and vegetation management on this outstanding 9.5 mi. of recently opened new trail connecting Reynolds Park with the Colorado Trail at the confluence of the north fork and main stem of the S. Platte River.  The Trailblazers July 16th Trail Day online registration is available by clicking here.

The Trailblazers’ Epic at Buffalo Creek will be taking place September 16th though 18th.  The Epic at Buffalo Creek will as in the past be in the Buffalo Creek Recreation Area of the Pike National Forest with the Meadows Group Campground reserved for volunteers to relax and enjoy a weekend of riding great trails and a day of stewardship for these trails.

On June 18th, 2016 the Trailblazers partnering with JCOS at Reynolds Park developed and rehabilitated some 200 yards of trail tread at the center of the Reynolds to N. Fork Trail which allowed JCOS to re-open that segment of trail after a mid-season 2015 storm had washed away the tread on that segment.  The photo gallery from the June 18th, Trail Day is available online by clicking here.