Wayfinder Project Pictures

In the summer of 2009 the Mount Nittany Conservancy (MNC) began installing a wayfinding system of trail signs at critical intersections and points on the paths. In total, we have placed 19 signs on the Blue and White trails to help guide our visitors on the Mountain.

Below are a few pictures taken during the process.

Gary Gentzler, MNC Director

Gary Gentzler, MNC Director

 

Bob Andronici and Blake Gall, MNC Directors

Bob Andronici and Blake Gall, MNC Directors

 

Blake getting ready to start at the Lynch Overlook

Blake getting ready to start at the Lynch Overlook

 

Wilhelm Kogelmann (Mountain Neighbor) and Bob Andronici

Wilhelm Kogelmann (Mountain Neighbor) and Bob Andronici

 

Blake with supplies for Sign 8

Blake with supplies for Sign 8

 

Linda Gall digging hole at the Lynch Overlook

Linda Gall digging hole at the Lynch Overlook

 

Bob providing instructions to a student work party

Bob providing instructions to a student work party

 

Bob and Blake with one of our student work groups

Bob and Blake with one of our student work groups

 

During the project we placed several of these signs as well

During the project we placed several of these signs as well

 

Blake's ATV with tubs used to hold Quikrete and supplies

Blake’s ATV with tubs used to hold Quikrete and supplies

 

On the left, Directors Vince Verbeke and Bob Frick listen in

On the left, Directors Vince Verbeke and Bob Frick listen in

 

Blake Gall with his ATV and trailer ready to haul supplies up the Mountain

Blake Gall with his ATV and trailer ready to haul supplies up the Mountain

 

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