Saving the Tully Trail
NQTA Tully Trail HOT Updates
General Trail Liability has been secured NQTA now turns our attention directly to DFW Walking Trail Policy reauthorization and abutting land owner Fred Heyes relocation license agreement.
NQTA now has many new stewardship opportunities and the Tully trail beautification projects will be commencing. Your help now goes to making the Tully trail the community jewel that it can be.
Stay tuned and thanks to each and every one of you. Your contributions have gone directly to the preservation of this community treasure.
With this ongoing Corona virus situation, open trails and oxygen are simply the best things for your health and welfare. The 22 mile Tully trail awaits you.
The Tully Loop Trail is a 22-mile hiking trail that begins and ends on the summit of Tully Mountain, passing along the shore of Tully Lake, along Jacob Ridge (with its panoramic view), past three waterfalls (Doanes, Spirit, Royalston Falls), through Royalston and Warwick State Forest, along a section of the interstate Metacomet-Monadnock Trail, past Clubhouse Pond, and past picturesque North Orange.
After 4 complex years of work, we near completion of Tully trail reauthorization which will bring it under the stewardship of NQTA. Your financial help goes directly and immediately to the following:
1. Securing the GENERAL TRAIL LIABILITY INSURANCE THAT IS REQUIRED TO SIGN LICENSING AGREEMENTS required by DFW Walking Trail Policy to keep Tully Trail open to the community · THANKS TO YOUR GENEROUS DONATONS WE HAVE OBTAINED OUR INSURANCE!
2. Additionally, this insurance will cover all those who use any of NQTA trails and workman’s compensation for those volunteers who provide stewardship for those trails.
3. Move a two-mile section of the Tully trail off an incredibly dangerous narrow roadway, creating a safe 22-mile Tully trail. The safety issues of this section of trail illustrated in our Tully Gold video above.
4. Provide funding for operation and planning expenses, towards our goal of preserving our North Quabbin region’s natural resources and improving accessiblity for all.
Please see our profile page for more information on our organization and how you can be a part of the Tully Trail solution.
A sincere and personal thank you to each and every one of you folks,
NQTA President nqta.org