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Alpine Lakes High Camp: Donating 25% of All Your September Bookings to Evergreen

05 | Sep | '18
Bryan Rivard

Ongoing trail building and maintenance means we need to invite new members into the community—including our NEW Businesses Members.

One member is stepping up today—Alpine Lakes High Camp (ALHC), owned by Justin and Austin Donohue. Located 15mi east of Steven’s Pass, ALHC is donating 25% of all September bookings directly to Evergreen to support trails across Washington. 

People staying at High Camp are excited about the trails Evergreen is building all over the state. Becoming a Business Member allows us to support trails and bring a quality ride experience right to our backcountry lodge,” says Justin.  “Who wouldn’t want an Evergreen trail straight out the cabin door?”

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Along with 25% of bookings going straight to trail support, guests get a sneak peek at the first two (soon to be three) mountain bike trails in the property’s 40-year history.

Already meeting with Evergreen trailbuilders to discuss an extensive future trail plan, the Donohue’s expect September will be a popular time for mountain bikers. “The temperature’s pretty perfect for riding, any bugs are gone, and it’s larch season—plus the wood-fired hot tub and sauna don’t hurt.”

Follow them on Facebook and Instagram: @alpinelakeshighcamp

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With more self-funded trails than we’ve ever attempted, Evergreen needs your help breaking through its 5,000-member goal before September 18.    

Sign up (or renew) at the $60 level, and encourage a friend and a local business to join. You’ll get a pair of Evergreen grips (and gloves at the Team Epic level), but best of all, you’ll continue building world-class trail across the state and in your own backyard. 

 

 

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