PINKHAM NOTCH, N.H. – Volunteers are working to repair parts of a popular hiking and ski trail in New Hampshire’s White Mountains that was damaged by Tropical Storm Irene.

Volunteers plan to turn out today at Tuckerman Ravine.

Albert Risch, executive director of the nonprofit group Friends of Tuckerman Ravine, said the focus will be on repairing badly damaged bridges.

He said the group is trying to preserve the historic recreational uses of Tuckerman and Mount Washington.

He told WMUR-TV that the Forest Service has tools and he plans to bring several 30-ton jacks that will be used to shore up and secure the bridges.