National award recognizes community effort on McPhee Overlook Trail

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National award recognizes community effort on McPhee Overlook Trail

Public-private effort recognized as key to its success
The Southwest Conservation Corps helped to build the McPhee Overlook Trail in 2015. Johnny Swanson hands a winch to Drew Strawn as Jevin Hoeper prepares to move large rocks.
Kelly O’Neil, of Southwest Conservation Corps, cuts out a dead tree while clearing a path for the McPhee Overlook Trail.
Mountain bikers use the 7-mile McPhee Overlook Trail starting from Dolores to access the 35 miles of single-track in the Boggy Draw area.
Doc’s Marina is visible from the McPhee Overlook Trail along with Sage Hen on the other side of the lake.

National award recognizes community effort on McPhee Overlook Trail

The Southwest Conservation Corps helped to build the McPhee Overlook Trail in 2015. Johnny Swanson hands a winch to Drew Strawn as Jevin Hoeper prepares to move large rocks.
Kelly O’Neil, of Southwest Conservation Corps, cuts out a dead tree while clearing a path for the McPhee Overlook Trail.
Mountain bikers use the 7-mile McPhee Overlook Trail starting from Dolores to access the 35 miles of single-track in the Boggy Draw area.
Doc’s Marina is visible from the McPhee Overlook Trail along with Sage Hen on the other side of the lake.
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