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Bear Valley Trail Stewardship

Our next scheduled "volunteer trail work day" is 
Saturday, September 23rd
Join us - 8:30 + complimentary lunch!

July 22nd - Logging Assist Day.  Help clear trails after tree cuts by raking, moving branches and, for the more energetic, rolling out tree rounds.  Volunteers welcome. Details to follow soon.  Join our "no spam" mailing list for up-to-date information.


August 12th - Divide and Conquer Day - Groups will divide onto several local trails to repair erosion damage, and clean up tread with rakes and loppers.  Details will be mailed out soon.  Be sure to join our "no spam" mailing list for details of this volunteer work day.


September 2nd - CANCELLED Work Day - help carve out some new trail sections and re-route some old trails to improve them.


September 23rd - Finish '23 Season Trail Work - make final repairs on our last trail work day this '23 season.


October 14th - “Thank You Volunteers" Event / OctoberFest"

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in Bear Valley, CA and the region

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Next Trail Work Event - September 23rd- DETAILS

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To Be Updated
'23 Season Plan Soon
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Our Local BV Trails

For eons the native Miwok and Washoe tribes built and used trails to the many lakes, rivers and mountain tops for hunting and gathering in the greater Bear Valley region.  Later the first European settlers used these trails to establish routes across the Central Sierra crest to search for gold and settle California.


Today the Bear Valley region’s trails have taken on a new purpose.  They provide recreation for hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians and others user groups. The Bear Valley Trail Stewardship’s mission is to link the local and visitor communities together through the building, maintaining, and enhancement of the region’s recreational trails.  The Bear Valley Trail Stewardship invites you to experience our trails and join us in our mission.  To stay informed or learn how to get involved, click here  to learn more ABOUT BVTS.

~Michael Cooke, BVTS President~

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