Join Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT) for National Trails Day and the 8th Annual Celebration of Trails. Trail users of all ages and abilities are invited to join us as we explore our local trails! Register today for one of our 11 different adventures and get ready to meet some new friends and fall in love with the nature that surrounds us!
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE on Saturday, June 4th. BYLT will be partnering with other trail advocates to lead a variety of adventures in Nevada County. FREED will be leading an accessible walk-n-roll at Hirschman Trail, and California Native Plant Society will lead a wheelchair accessible wildflower walk on the Sierra Discovery Trail on Bowman Lake Road. Hiking For Good is leading a wild and scenic hike with historian Hank Meals on the South Yuba Trail to Long Point. Sierra Trailblazers Running Club is leading a 5k trail run on Cascade Canal Trail, and we’re partnering with BONC on a mountain bike ride on Pioneer Trail. BYLT Trail Adopters will lead a hike for people of all ages and abilities on Litton Trail. We’re also partnering with Sierra Gold Parks Foundation for three guided hikes at local State Parks Empire Mine, Bridgeport, and Malakoff Diggins, and we’ll cap off the day with a stargazing event with the Nevada County Astronomers.
On Friday, June 3th, be sure to head over to Robinson Plaza in downtown Nevada City between 5 – 8:30 pm and join BYLT and partners for a celebratory kickoff event. All proceeds of this event will go directly toward local trail creation and maintenance projects. And don’t miss out on our raffle in partnership with Nevada City Film Festival for 2 tickets to the summer’s first Movies Under the Pines where we will be screening the in-person local premiere of our film A Wild Independence about Independence Trail on June 10. Visit BYLT.org to register for the event or donate to trails!
Bear Yuba Land Trust is dedicated to protecting and defending the natural and working lands of the Bear and Yuba River watersheds and empowering healthy, resilient communities through nature access and education.