Let’s Celebrate Trails! Ales for Trails & 2nd Annual Hike-A-Thon
Join Bear Yuba Land Trust (BYLT), outdoor recreationists and trail supporters May 31 – June 1 for Celebration of Trails, the biggest showcase of local community trails all year!
Friday, May 31st
Ales for Trails Fundraiser, 5-8pm @ Ol Republic Taproom
Stop by for a tasty brew, music and food. Meet other outdoor enthusiasts, learn more about BYLT and register for the Hike-A-Thon!
Saturday, June 1st
2nd Annual Celebration of Trails Hike-A-Thon, 10am-Noon
Celebration of Trails Festival, Noon-5pm @ Ol Republic Roadhouse
Yuba Bus Schedule
BYLT has partnered with the Yuba Bus again this year to offer free shuttles on Saturday for hikers and attendees. The shuttles will run between the Rood Center, 950 Maidu Ave, Nevada City to the Ol Republic Roadhouse throughout the day. Feel free to park anywhere at the Rood Center and hop on the bus located at the front of the Nevada County Government Center. Look for the BYLT tent and volunteers. Please see the schedule before.
Help us raise $10,000 for local trails during the 2nd Annual Celebration of Trails Hike-A-Thon Saturday, June 1 along the future Pines-to-Mines Trail in Nevada County.
Participants will hike five miles, starting just south of White Cloud Campground off HWY 20 along the Pioneer Trail and future Pines to Mines Trail and finish at Ol’ Republic Brewery’s new Roadhouse (old 5 Mile House), raising money for trails with each step.
The campaign’s overall goal is to raise $10,000 for maintaining and building Nevada County trails.
The vision of the future multi-use Pines to Mines Trail is a 72-mile trail linking the towns of Nevada City and Truckee by using existing trail systems. Bear Yuba Land Trust is in the early stages of working with a number of trail organizations on the development of this project that will take years of community support.
BYLT’s Hike-A-Thon is not a race. It’s a family-friendly event for people of all ages and a fun way to get outdoors and support a cause that is healthy for everyone. Yuba Bus is partnering with BYLT and will provide morning shuttles from Nevada County Government Center to the Hike-A-Thon starting point. A number of prizes are available to Hike-A-Thon participants.
Friends, family, and trail lovers will be at the finish line to greet you. Enjoy craft beer, music, a festival village, and family-friendly activities until 5pm!
BYLT and a committed group of volunteers have built and maintain more than 30 miles of local trails in Nevada County such as Hirschman Trail, Deer Creek Tribute Trail and Independence Trail. A number of trail projects are in the works including Sugarloaf Mountain Trail (Nevada City), Wolf Creek Trail (in Grass Valley), Yuba Drop Trail (Yuba River access for experienced hikers) and Pines to Mines.
HOW IT WORKS
BYLT community members are encouraged to fundraise a minimum of $25 to participate – only $5 per mile!
The more money each person raises for trails, the more fun prizes he or she is eligible for. Those who fundraise: $25 will receive a BYLT tote bag and encounter nature kit; $100 will receive a BYLT tote bag/ encounter nature kit and stainless steel cup; $200 or more will receive a BYLT tote bag and encounter nature kit, BYLT hat, stainless steel cup and set of trail cards.
The Top Two Fundraisers will be awarded sponsor prize packs and recognized during the Celebration of Trails Festival.
Click here to Register for the Hike-A-Thon
Celebration of Trails Weekend is a community-wide event supported by sponsors: ol’ Republic Brewery, KVMR, Gold Miners Inn, YubaNet, Yuba Bus, BriarPatch Food Co-Op, Inn Town Campground, Mountain Recreation, Tarptent, and Folk Trails Hiking Club.
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Bear Yuba Land Trust is a 501c3 non-profit organization that exists to protect and defend the working and natural lands of the Bear and Yuba River Watersheds and to enrich the deep community connection with Nature, in perpetuity.
Since 1990, we have protected over 15,000 acres, built and maintain 30 miles of trails and have connected thousands to nature through outdoor education and experiences.