TAMBA volunteer crews will be working on rerouting five sections of Stanford Rock Trail on Tahoe’s West Shore. The re-routes will eliminate the worst sections of eroded logging road with flowing singletrack. Less logging road grind and more flowing singletrack! In addition, the new sections will pass through some gorgeous locations. Want to work with panoramic lake views? We got that. Want to build flowing trail through a section of old growth forest? We got that too.
Work locations are 3-4 miles from the trailhead and between 7,500-8,200 feet elevation , so bring your bike to ride in to the work site.
Volunteer build days (in 2018)
June 16 (Major trail day: food, beer, prizes)
July 7 (Major trail day: food, beer, prizes)
We will meet at 9am and work till between 1-2pm. Expect a 30-40 minute ride to the work location.
Bring long pants, long sleeve shirt, gloves, helmet (bike helmet okay), eye protection, water, snacks. Plan on being self contained for work days. We will do our best to get snacks and supplies out to the work site (we have to ride out there too!)
Rideout Community Center, 740 Timberland Ln, Tahoe City, CA 96145
Contact: John Clausen, Project Manager — firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandor Lengyel, Crew Leader — email@example.com