Waterville Valley’s outdoor club, WVAIA, is hosting a trail maintenance day on Saturday, May 7, from 8 a.m to 12 noon. Meet at Town Square gazebo at 8 a.m. Bring a lunch and loppers if you have them. Trail work will be determined by number of volunteers; but, most trail days consist of both heavy and light work.
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What is WVAIA?
The Waterville Valley Athletic & Improvement Association [WVAIA], was formed in 1888 to manage the recreational activities of the Waterville valley, and “to encourage all healthful exercise and afford facilities thereto.”
Today, WVAIA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering a variety of outdoor activities in the White Mountains of New Hampshire – from year-round guided hikes to the time-honored tradition of croquet. WVAIA partners with the US Forest Service for maintenance and stewardship of our local hiking trails, host volunteer Trails Days like the one scheduled for Saturday, and provide the trail network with a professional Level One Trail Patrol. WVAIA also sponsor wilderness first aid classes, produce a dedicated hiking trail map of the area, and hosts winter and summer social events.