Volunteers at work on the Pump House Trail.

Our mission is to build and maintain multi-use trails, designed for hikers, runners, and mountain bikers. Then advocate for their connection to parks, schools, down towns, and neighborhoods. This benefits the residents of Skagit County and its visitors, so they can walk, run, and bike for fun, recreation, transportation, and health.

Little Mountain Park was our first trails project, as Mount Vernon Trail Builders. In seven years there we put in over 14,000 volunteer hours; building and maintaining seven miles of high quality and sustainable multi-use trails.

Now as Skagit Trail Builders (STB) we are building trails in Sedro-Woolley. We hope that you, your family, group, or organization will get involved. Our sessions are family friendly, and no experience is necessary.

Our calendar shares planned “public” sessions. Prior to COVID-19 it was a firm schedule. Now we “hope” sessions can resume this Fall. Please follow our blog for updates. Our instructions share other details…

Work on two trails is still planned for the year, but the expected completion dates have been delayed. Before the outbreak we expected to complete the Pump House Trail by Summer, now we hope it will be done this year.

Last Summer we connected the SWIFT Campus Center to adjacent Skagit County Parks and Recreation, that meet at the Dovetail Bridge.

Sessions are on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays, most months – as shown on our calendar…

If you love trails, but volunteering isn’t for you, other options exist. You can become a sponsor, provide a session lunch, or make a donation.

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The following video is old, but we still love it. It shows who we are, and the work we do.

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