A number of individuals and non-profit organizations are active in the gorge — maintaining trails, collecting trash, studying flora & fauna, updating trail maps, removing invasive plants, …. A lot of work goes into keeping this wilderness available. If you’d like to help, check out the contact information below:
General Information, Adopt-a-Trail Program
Kevin Massey, Linville Gorge Volunteer Coordinator for the Forest Service
Mountains-to-Sea Trail (including Shortoff and Table Rock Gap)
Doug Veazy, Friends of the Mountain-to-Sea Trail
Rock Jock Trail
Mike Jones, The Gorge Rats
Latest from the Trail Work Blog
A few weeks ago, a small team of volunteers rounded up the last batch of tires from the Pinch-In floodplain. Today, a much larger team moved them south to a cache that volunteers have been building over the past year. In the next few months, a group effort will be organized and the tires will be ...
With spectacular views, starring both Hawksbill and Table Rock Mountains, Wiseman’s View is one of the most popular overlooks in the Gorge. Most of its thousands of visitors come to take pictures and enjoy the scenery, but others come for more nefarious reasons. About a week ago, volunteers discovered thousands of pounds of trash that ...
Today a team of trailwork veterans headed down the infamous Pinch-In Trail to remove an 80-pound steel cable found by volunteers last spring. Hauling Heavy Trash in Linville Gorge Volunteers hauled an 80-lb steel cable up 1800 ft of elevation gain today. The Gorge community has been working for a year to clean up the area at ...