Via Posada Trail Network
September 16 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Contact Leader(s): Larry Benson, 505-821-7999, LawRBenson@aol.com; Gena Robertson, 573-300-0853, email@example.com to sign up.
Help us finish improving this urban trail network. This 40-acre portion of the Albuquerque’s Open Space is nestled between the long-established Four Hills neighborhood and the new Juan Tabo Hills development to its west. The area is heavily used by local walkers, joggers, dog owners, and bike riders. Over the past few years city employees with help from NMVFO and other volunteers have refurbished or re-routed most of the trail network to alleviate the effects of erosion and help restore the natural landscape. We hope today’s project will complete this work, which consists of clearing vegetation, smoothing and reshaping trail surfaces to improve drainage, moving and placing rocks as needed, blocking off closed trail sections, transplanting cacti, and related work. Volunteers should wear sturdy boots (no soft shoes), work gloves, long pants, sun protection, and a day pack with plenty of water, snacks, a light lunch, and a waterproof jacket or poncho if rain is in the forecast. There will be a porta-potty at the trailhead. Coffee, juice, and pastries will be available for those who arrive early enough. Please sign up by September 14.
Directions: We’ll meet at the trailhead next to 724 Via Posada SE (35°03’14.3″N 106°30’24.7″W). From the east end of Central Ave (near I-40 Exit 167), travel south on Four Hills Road 7/10 mile. Veer right (west) on Stagecoach Road for 4/10 of a mile. Turn right on Via Posada and go down a short hill past Navarra Way. The trailhead is on the left. Park along the curb on Via Posada or Navarra Way, being careful not to block any driveways.