More information about BONC and FATRAC’s exciting weekend of riding, camping and traibuilding near Tahoe Donner! But first… FREE BEER! Yes, New Belgium will provide particpants tasty Fat Tire Ale.
The event includes:
Saturday, July 22nd, 10AM – BONC/FATRAC-led ride on Hole-in-the-Ground Trail.
Saturday Evening – Free camping, swimming and general campground fun at the Donner Memorial State Park.
Sunday, July 23rd, 10AM – Trail building on the new Donner Lake Rim Trail near Castle Valley. Perhaps another ride afterwards. Please bring long pants, gloves, snacks and water.
NOTE: We have a LIMITED number of free campground slots available. If you know you are camping, please let me know how many will be joining you.
ABOUT THE WEEKEND: We will help complete the latest higher elevation trail near Tahoe. We will help build a section of the forthcoming DLRT, which will be a great local riding option with gorgeous views and some fun technical granite sections. Adventuresome riders could connect this trail to Hole-in-the-Ground for an uber Sierra epic.
ABOUT THE TRAIL: The Donner Lake Rim Trail, a project of the Truckee Donner Land Trust, is almost entirely an all-volunteer effort to build a trail encircling the peaks around Donner Lake. Hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians can enjoy the stunning views of the Lake, Mount Rose and the Pacific Crest from the trail, which will be 23-miles when complete. The Land Trust has planned a special section of the trail that bypasses the PCT and will remain open to mountain bikes. Learn more here. View a map here:
MAP/DIRECTIONS: You can view a map of meeting locations and the ride using the link below:
Click the red balloons or the links to the right to view more information about each meeting place.
Or see below:
Ride – Meet on Saturday @ 10AM on Sherriff Lane on the north side of I80 just off the Soda Springs exit.
Camping – Meet at Donner Memorial State Park. Take the Donner Pass Road Exit off I80 and follow signs to the park and campground.
Trailwork – Meet Sunday @ 10AM off the Castle Peak/Boreal Exit on I80 on the north/Castle Peak side along Boreal Ridge Road road before the green gate.
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