One of Utah’s top state parks wants to fix or upgrade a trail there.
The staff at Dead Horse Point State Park wants volunteers Saturday to work on the Intrepid Mountain Bike Trail. Lots of hikers use the trail, too.
According to a press release, volunteers will meet at 10 a.m. at the visitors center and plan to work until 3 p.m. Park staff ask volunteers to bring gloves, water, lunch and be prepared to hike up to 5 miles.
Volunteers can register by calling 435-259-2614.
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