Trail maintenance in Capitol Reef National Park

Trail maintenance in Capitol Reef National Park

The Capitol Reef Natural History Association and the National Park Service have given the Wild Tribute team an opportunity to fund critical maintenance on both the Cohab Canyon and Fremont River Trails. Capitol Reef National Park is considered the hardest park to get to out of the Utah Big Five, but it’s the opinion of our Wild Tribute explorers that it’s a true hidden gem with highlights that go largely undiscovered.  These unique trails allow gritty hikers of all ages the chance to experience a striking landscape that features towering monoliths, sandstone domes, rock pillars, arches, and the Fremont River.

Capitol Reef Natural History Association (CRNHA) is a non-profit organization founded in 1963 to support historical, cultural, scientific, interpretive and educational activities at Capitol Reef National Park.

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