Building the new Castillo Trail into Wildwood Park during the COSCA Spring Trailwork Day

Photos of the North Ranch Mountain Bikers of Ventura County. Click on an image to see it full size.

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These folks are working on the 'upper' switchback.
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Back at the lower switchback, it's starting to take shape. A photographer from the Ventura County Star is documenting the action (red shirt).
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Resting is an important part of any work party!
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The lower switchback is looking really good now!
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Rocks and cactus are planted on the lower switchback to encourage people to stay on the trail
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As well as this section, there are lots of people working up above!
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Colorful T-shirt!
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The upper switchback is taking shape
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Colorful, but shy?
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CORBA volunteers talk to a reporter from the Ventura County Star
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Steve Messer, CORBA trail crew leader and President.
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The top of the new trail
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Looking down on the new trail
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Scraping away the loose dirt on the outside edge of this turn
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The upper switchback is more of a climbing turn than a switchback.
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Looking down the brand new trail
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The lower switchback is complete
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COSCA provided lunch for the volunteers after the event
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COSCA rangers manage the barbecues
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This shows about a quarter of the volunteers enjoying lunch

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