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Saturday, March 29, 2014

Sound to Olympics Trail

Reposted from NKTA:

Sound to Olympics Trail

More great news! Kitsap County Public Works just advertised for proposals to hire a consultant to complete a feasibility study of NKTA's proposed route across the Divide. That is the two mile long trail corridor between Miller Bay Road and Port Gamble-Suquamish Road-so the link between the North Kitsap Heritage Park and the Port Gamble trails. Our volunteers worked really hard to find a trail route through this area last year when we applied for the Birkenfeld grant. Having lost our boots more than a few times, we know it's a tricky area with both wetlands and a crossing of Grover's creek, so we're glad to have the help of professionals. NKTA really appreciates Kitsap County's leadership and the good folks at Kitsap County Public Works who will be doing some intense homework on this vital & challenging link!

Updated Stottlemeyer / Port Gamble Map

Big thanks to John Hawkins and Matt Slaney for the new map.  You can download it here

Maps Moved Over to Dropbox

All of the maps previously stored on Google Drive are now on Dropbox.  Let us know if you have any issues with them.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Changing over to Dropbox

After off-and-on success with Google Docs to support this  blog, we're moving over to Dropbox with the maps.  Should be done sometime this week.

We received numerous e-mails from folks that the maps used to work, but now don't.  Most likely culprit is the changes made to Google Docs a while back.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Port Gamble Work Party Sat Mar 22.

Work party out at Port Gamble this Saturday.  Facebook link here:

Time to do some work on the trails to help the healing after the muddy race on Sunday. Please come out and lend a hand.

Saturday 9AM, meet up at the Uplands  Trailheads:


Monday, March 10, 2014

Won't Back Down Premiere March 28th!

Join Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance - West Sound Chapter, Visit Kitsap, the City of Port Orchard and more for the premiere of the full length movie from Clay Porter and John Lawlor about Legendary Mountain Biker Steve Peat.

Plus a raffle, food and drink!. 

Doors open at 6pm. Film starts at 7:00. This is an all ages event. Beer will be available for sale. Evergreen Members save $5!

Event Here

Get Tickets hereWon't Back Down Movie Premiere & Fundraiser

Evergreen Members go to to get your special membership code that will give you a $5 discount.

Go here to join: Evergreen MTB - Support Us Proceeds to benefit Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance - West Sound Chapter.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

What does trail work do for you?

Keeps trails in good shape.  For example, clearing downed trees after winter storms.  Hallelujah for the trail gnomes!