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Monday, October 25, 2010

Help Build a trail above Lake Berryessa this weekend!

Berryessa Peak trail construction begins!


Our first trail building event on the new Berryessa Peak Trail will be held October 29, 30, and 31st, 2010. During this 3-day, 2 night backpacking trip, we'll be building a half-mile segment of the trail on an easement that gives access to the 9,100-acre Berryessa Peak public lands. The trail project is located north of Lake Berryessa, near the top of the scenic Blue Ridge. We'll camp in an amazing oak grove overlooking the lake. Tools will be provided, and we'll share dinners. We'll be meeting at 9am at the trailhead, and be back to the cars around 2pm on the 31st.

If you are interested in joining us on this trip, please RSVP to Andrew Fulks at and I'll get you more details.

Hope to see you at one or both events!

Also, we've routed the new loop trail on Tuleyome's Cold Canyon Headwaters parcel, and will be scheduling construction days in November. This new trail will add 2 miles of new trail to Cold Canyon, including a wonderful forested hike to the ridge, with access to dramatic rock outcroppings.
video of trail construction

Protecting the wild heritage and agricultural heritage of the Northern Inner Coast Range and the Western Sacramento Valley for existing and future generations.

Visit the Yolohiker web site for trail maps, hikes, and outings in the Putah and Cache creek watersheds.
cold canyon trails


LA Times video on BRBNA—3:29

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