Upcoming Trail Work Days

Here is some information on upcoming trail work days in our area sent to me by The Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association:

Saturday, November 12 – TAMBA Trail day with Carson Valley Trails Association.

We started the season here with the IMBA Trail Care Crew visit in April. CVTA has been busy all summer working on the Sierra Canyon Trail with trail machines putting in around 13 miles of new trail. Now they are trying to finish the last half mile section by hand. Let’s head down there and help them out!! Meet at the end of Carson Street (2 blocks south of the 4-way intersection) in Genoa at 9am. Bring your own lunch, we’ll be eating on the trail, about a 15 minute hike in. For those that stay till the end, TAMBA will buy the first round at the oldest bar in Nevada, walking distance from the trailhead! Wearing layers would be good and typical safety items like safety glasses/sunglasses and gloves. We’ll have the hardhats. More info on TAMBA website: http://mountainbiketahoe.org/

Lower Sierra Canyon Work Day
Lower Sierra Canyon Work Day – Photo courtesy of CVTA

This is the plan from CTVA on the rest of the season:

Starting this Saturday November 12, we will have trail building opportunities every day through November 20th from 8 a.m to 3 p.m. each day at the end of Carson Street in Genoa. The project site is a 15 minute walk from the trailhead. There is work in the sun or shade depending how cold it is. Wear layers, some days will be chilly and if you’d rather come a bit later in the morning, go for it.

We have built about about 1,000 feet of trail over the past 8 work days, some of the most challenging you may ever build, thank you. We have about 2,300 challenging feet left to go to connect and open the final ~8.1 mile Genoa Loop.

Important:

  • Required work wear is long pants, long-sleeved shirts, sunglasses or other eye protection…very important, good hiking shoes and work gloves.
  • Bring lunch and water.
  • Tools and hard hats are provided.
  • Check the CVTA website for cancellations if the weather is questionable.
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The Carson Valley Trails Association – 10 Year Strategic Plan

Many of us Carson City residents travel to the Carson Valley for the great recreational and open space opportunities the area has available. Here is some news from the CVTA:

The Carson Valley Trails Association (CVTA) is developing a 10-year Strategic Plan to ensure that our future projects and services meet the hiking, mountain biking and equestrian needs of the Carson Valley community. Everyone interested in open space and access to the environment is encouraged to attend the first of 3 public workshops designed to give YOU a voice in this important process.

WHEN: Thursday, February 28, 2008
TIME: 6:00 – 9:00 P.M.
WHERE: Gardnerville Elementary School Library
111 Toler Ave., Gardnerville

CVTA, founded in 1994, is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that works to obtain legal access to BLM and U.S. Forest Service trails and property for hiking, mountain biking and equestrian uses by the public.

More Information: www.CarsonValleyTrails.org 775-265-3736