CamelBak Employees Pitch in to Restore Trails Devastated by Fire

Last year’s fires in northern California destroyed homes, businesses and acres of public lands. Some CamelBak employees and their families were also affected by the fires.

Dense smoke clouds have been replaced by clear skies and sunshine. With springtime in full force, CamelBak employees were Bringing the World Outside to help restore and build new trails in the heavily-damaged areas of the Hood Mountain Regional Park in Sonoma County, California.

The event was in partnership with The Conservation Alliance and Sonoma County Regional Parks. CamelBak employees were joined by employees from other local companies including Marmot, GU Energy and ClifBar. At the end of the day, there were plenty of sore muscles and satisfied souls.