Using a crosscut saw to clear trees during construction of the new connector between the Linville Gorge Trail and the Mountains-to-Sea Trail.
Bald Eagles on the Nolichucky River.
Summertime fun as kids remove graffiti from the Forest Road 982 bridge over Upper Creek.
Volunteers splashing down the Noli with a boat load of trash and tires.
Volunteers enjoying a Beauty Spot sunset.
Using a crosscut saw for the first time!
Outward Bound instructors join Wild South volunteers for annual maintenance off Forest Road 99 up to Table Rock.
It took teamwork to carry big trash (including 3 shopping carts!) up from below the 300-ft cliffs of Wiseman’s View.
Watauga County youth from Mountain Alliance join Wild South to remove graffiti from Fight Rock beside Wilson Creek Wild & Scenic River.
Using elephant snot and a lot of elbow grease to remove graffiti from the popular Beauty Spot overlook.
Clearing a fallen oak off of the Linville Gorge Trail.
Abbey restores a switchback corner on Raider Camp Trail to prevent erosion.
Picking up hundreds of pieces of micro glass left by campers at Red Fork Falls.
The beautiful South Harper Creek Falls with mountain laurel blooming in the foreground. Not a bad view to enjoy while you’re out for a hike or out for a day of work on the trails!
A successful day gathering litter below the beautiful Wiseman’s View in Linville Gorge Wilderness.
Restoring the old Conley Cove Trail. Wild South has been recovering this beautiful trail and removing invasive plants and trees here for 8 years.
Students from Montreat College’s Outdoor Program join Wild South volunteers to restore the old Devil’s Cellar Trail
This women’s crew from the North Carolina Outward Bound School cleared brush from the Lost Cove Loop Trail.
These women from the North Carolina Outward Bound School recovered old trailbed in the Lost Cove Wilderness Study Area.
Rebuilding campsite fire rings to prevent wildfires in the rugged Linville Gorge.