In this tread training project, volunteers worked to locate the original trail tread which over time and use had changed location on topographic maps. Using Pulaskis, mattocks, hoes, and McClouds, volunteers established a trail bench and tread for about 420 yards scattered in 3-4 sections of the trail where it ran across the slope. They built water drainage features about every 6 vertical feet on the steep side-slope sections of trail. Volunteers also built rock cairns to direct users. Special thanks to the Nez Perce Tribal Fisheries National Resource Management Team for joining us on this project.