Starr Hill Brewery has named the Crozet Trails Crew the beneficiary of April’s “Cheers for Charity!” Thank you, Starr Hill!
Do you want to help develop trails around Crozet, but don’t have a lot of time to work on them? Here’s your chance for the easiest trail work ever. Go to Starr Hill in April. Any time. Buy a beer. $1 of every pint sold goes to the Trails Crew.
If you want even more fun, join us for our Kick-off Party at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 7. Who knows, we may even come up with some prizes. For sure we’ll have trail maps, and can answer your questions about the trails.
And if you enjoy Crozet’s trails on bikes, come on out to our bike maintenance workshop, 2:00 p.m. Sunday, April 15. (You won’t be doing your taxes, right?) Cor Carelsen, from the Crozet Bike Shop, will be presenting. And we will give away one (or maybe two!) certificates for a free bike tune-up.
Construction has begun on the extension of Eastern Avenue between Westhall and Foothill Crossing. As a result, the Connector Trail is temporarily closed near Summerdean Rd. (See yellow area on map). When walking from Crozet Park, you must exit the trail at Summerdean Road. When walking toward the park from Western Ridge, the trail is closed several hundred yards before you reach the connection to Summerdean Road, and there is no detour or other trail exit in the area.
As we learn more about the extent of this project, we’ll pass it on. In the meantime, please respect the trail barricades.
Today’s work day in Old Trail has been postponed due to weather. Watch your email for the new date.
We had a great year. Here’s a summary of what we accomplished –
Crozet Trails Crew Year End 2017