Lost Sierra Trail Daze – National Trails Day Celebration with Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship


GRAEAGLE, CALIFORNIA –Join the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) for the first Lost Sierra Trail Daze, a super trail daze event to not only celebrate National Trails Day, but to celebrate and work with our partners in the ongoing mission to maintain the trails in and around the Sierra Buttes. Celebrate the trails that you love, the start of the summer season and volunteer to build trail on June 5th starting at 9:30am. To participate, register online at www.sierratrails.org or contact Emily Williams at 530-836-4333 or emily@sierratrails.org.


The event starts at 9:30am where volunteers will meet SBTS Crew Leaders at designated staging areas near the work sites. Breakfast, sack lunch, and refreshments will be provided. Trail work will continue until 3pm, followed by a barbeque in Graeagle from 4-6pm. End the day with live music by the Rusty Evans and the Ring of Fire, the World’s Finest Johnny Cash Tribute. In addition, there will be a Community Expo all day and a Bouncy Castle for the kids. Smokey the Bear will even be making an appearance. This event is for people of all ages and abilities, and a fantastic way to support the trails, give back to the community, and meet other trail enthusiasts. Camping is available in downtown Graeagle on both Friday and Saturday nights – come make a weekend out of it!

SBTS will be hosting four different volunteer work crews on multiple trail projects located throughout the Plumas and Tahoe National Forests. Trail locations include: Mills Peak (off of Mohawk Chapman Road), Lake Davis (off of Grizzly Rd), the Pacific Crest Trail (Long Lake Trailhead), and a Feather River Trout Unlimited “Creek Clean Up” along the Feather River between Blairsden Bridge and the Mohawk Bridge.

For more information about the Lost Sierra Trail Daze event, visit www.sierratrails.org or contact Emily Williams at (530) 836-4333 or emily@sierratrails.org.

For more information about how to become a SBTS member or volunteer, contact the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship at emily@sierratrails.org or www.sierratrails.org. The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is a non-profit organization, which works to preserve, restore, and enhance the trails in and around the Sierra Buttes

source: Emily Williams
Director of Programs
Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship
(530) 836-4333

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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