The Alaska Trails crew completed clearing, reshaping, and installing drainages on the Gull Rock Trail from the trailhead to the Campground Junction. A majority of the work was done between the Overlook at mile 3.5 and Gull Rock. The crew focused on the removal of some hazardous trip roots at around mile 4.5 and the outflow of tread in the areas. The crew also improved a low spot of tread by adding a large drain and a giant stepping stone. From the point back to the campground they also helped improve drainages and removed other hazardous rooted areas.