Join Trails Coordinator Bill Haire for this free Saturday morning stroll on the two-mile Litton Trail. Bill will share the history of BYLT’s first public-access trail that weaves through an urban greenbelt in the vicinity of the Sierra College campus in Grass Valley. The greenbelt is a blend of small forest reserves associated with a country club, irrigation canal, community college, high school and retirement community in this area. Litton trail ties them all together with lots of variety and interest. Considered easy to moderate with some paved sections, hikers will walk a total of four miles and finish up just in time for lunch. This guided outing is part of a local series hosted by BYLT and Folk Trails Hiking Club, known as the 52 Hike Challenge.
This outing is one of many in a new local 2017 series based on an international movement called the 52 Hike Challenge – where participants are encouraged to get outdoors and hike up to 52 hikes in 52 weeks – a partnership between Folk Trails Hiking Club and Bear Yuba Land Trust. Learn more.
Meet: Park along Sierra College Drive, meet on the western side of trail, on the paved portion of the trail.
Distance: Easy to moderate four miles
Cost: FREE – Registration is NOT required