Tag: off-road

Eldridge Grade Temporary Trail/Access Road Closure

An ongoing project on Eldrige Grade above Phoenix Lake will remove and dispose of landslide debris. There will be ongoing road closures around the construction zone during the project, expected to be completed January 2018.

Comments Needed Today on Azalea Hill CEQA document

ACTION ALERT: MCBC identified Azalea Hill as a major gap in Marin’s trail network in 2011. MMWD has prepared a multi-faceted project which will enhance recreation and reduce impacts on the environment. We need your support for this 3 GAPS Project today!

China Camp – Progress on the Shoreline Trail

A big MCBC Thank You! to the 35 volunteers who worked on the Shoreline Trail repair job at China Camp State Park last week. Thanks to their efforts we are finally close to getting the trail open again.

County Parks Video Highlights Measure A Results

Following an extensive vetting process, Marin County Open Space was able to start implementing new trail projects in 2016. They have opened 3.5 miles of new trails in Mill Valley and San Geronimo, with another two miles of trail under construction now. This video highlights one of those projects.

Two State Park Projects Need Trail Volunteers

In an effort to speed up progress on the Bill’s Trail change-in-use project, and to get the Shoreline Trail open at China Camp, MCBC is ramping up volunteer training and recruitment. We’d love to have you join our team of skilled trail building volunteers this fall!

MTB Hall of Fame Induction Weekend Celebration

The Mountain Bike Hall of fame is now ramping up for a fabulous weekend in Fairfax to honor and induct four legends of our sport. Don’t miss the festivities at the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame, Friday and Saturday September 22-23, in Fairfax, California

New “Slow & Say Hello!” Outposts Continue This Fall

Trail Partners have been setting up “Slow and Say Hello!” outposts at popular trailheads around the county this summer to remind those who recreate on Marin’s open space, watershed and park lands of the importance of trail safety, courtesy toward other visitors, and respect for the plants and wildlife that inhabit them.

Dirt Fondo Riders Enjoy Excellent Event

The Sixth annual Dirt Fondo challenged riders over a variety of self-paced distances last weekend. 300 riders headed out on adventures and everyone made it back to the BBQ in one piece. And we didn’t run out of beer… photos and more