The Cardigan Highlanders Volunteer Trail Crew starts its summer season of trail work on Sunday, June 28, at Mount Sunapee State Park. The crew will get a ride up the summit chairlift and then hike the Solitude Trail, break at White Ledges, and hike down to Andrew Brook Trail. Crew chief Craig Sanborn said the work is to “trim brush and clean drains as we hike. Fix and add rock pavers and drains, and rock steps on steep slopes, until we decide to call it a day.” The total hike is 3.2 miles all downhill. Heaviest tools are 10-lb 4′ rock bars, shovel, pick, loppers, saws, hand pruners, and webbing, etc. If weather requires cancellation, it will be announced by email to those who signed up to work. For more information and to volunteer, email Craig Sanborn at firstname.lastname@example.org.