By Doug Abelin, CTVA
CTVA is nearing the successful completion of an effort that has taken over twenty-years. Yep, it’s what it has taken to get an outhouse put in place at a trailhead. That’s a long time to have to “wait to go” but the project is finally being fulfilled.
A single-hole biffy is scheduled to be installed sometime around the middle of May at the Never Sweat Trailhead Parking Area, up the Magpie drainage, in the Big Belt Mountains.
This project is being funded by a grant generously provided by Yamaha, to help provide and enhance our riding opportunities through joint efforts in improving the ability to keep clean, healthy places for all users to recreate on public lands. The US Forest Service has partnered with Capital Trail Vehicle Association, and Yamaha, to provide these improvements for a better user, land, Wildlife, and environmental sharing of our Public Lands!
We have all worked hard to get this improvement, so we everyone better enjoy the trails.
Special “Thanks” to all involved in this project!