Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship 2022 Trails Update

We had a Great year, see what we’ve done in 2022!

The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship made significant headway on several key projects in 2022, including moving forward on the master planning and environmental review process for the Lost Sierra Route (LSR).

A Trail For Everyone

Watch Our Beautiful Short Film “A Trail for Everyone”

We’re thrilled to launch a short film about Connected Communities, the proposed “Lost Sierra Route” and the positive impact of linking 15 California mountain communities through trails.

Connected Communities

We are planning trails to connect towns in the Lost Sierra, check out this epic plan!

Latest News

14 Dec

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship 2022 Trails Update

In total, SBTS applied for 17 large grants this year to partially support its operations, resulting in just over $3.3 million in funding for the organization's...
29 Sep

Truckee-Tahoe Lumber Company Partnership Connecting Truckee/Tahoe to the Lost Sierra

In May 2016, the Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association (TAMBA) hosted the Tahoe Trails Summit in South Lake Tahoe, CA. This three-day conference was...
15 Aug

The Lost Sierra, Land of the Lookouts

In a modern world dominated by technology, when it comes to monitoring and detecting new forest fire starts, there’s still a place for humans; in a tower...
1 Jul

2022-2027 SBTS Strategic Plan Goals & Objectives

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) is pleased to announce the release of the 2022 to 2027 SBTS Strategic Plan. The SBTS five-year Goals and Objectives are...

Upcoming Events

Apr 28 - Apr 30 / 7am - 2pm Quincy, CA

Quincy Mountain Epic – April 28 – April 30, 2023

Aug 18 - Aug 20 / 7am - 2pm Downieville, CA

Downieville Mountain Epic – August 18-20, 2023

Sep 28 - Sep 30 / 7am - 2pm Quincy, CA

Quincy Mountain Epic – Sept 22 – 24, 2023

What We've Accomplished


Miles of New Trail Built


Miles of Trail Maintained


Trail Volunteers Hours


Employees in 2022

3 Ways to Get Involved

Join the family, do good work and have a load of fun, our members provide a crucial backbone to our organization.

Join The Family

Become a Friend of the Trail Stewardship with a donation to our trail projects.

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Sponsor A Trail

The Adopt-A-Trail Program provides a way for businesses and individuals to take a leadership role in trail maintenance.

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Partner with Us

Our partners are essential stakeholders and directly responsible for our non-profit’s success.

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Become a volunteer

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Volunteer at a Trail Daze or one of our races. Contact us if you would like to volunteer other skills or services.

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