Thank you for your support. Builders for Builders raised $20,095

Thank You! And Congratulations to Nick Chang!

Sending a MASSIVE thank to nearly 700 (!) of you who donated in this year’s Builders For Builders Fundraiser! Together, we brought in more than $20,000 for trails in the Lost Sierra.

Special nod to all the builders, and especially Caletti CyclesSyCip BicyclesMosaic Cycles  and NeuHaus Metal Works, one of whom will fabricate a custom gravel frame for the winner. We’re so grateful for all the support and to be able to continue making Dirt Magic!

Nick donated to support SBTS’ Connected Communities project, which he hopes can be an example for other communities developing trails with an eye toward economic revitalization.

Mountains to Meadows Trailfest events

Join us at Mountains to Meadows Trailfest September 19-22, 2024

A new SBTS event! Come for the trails, stay for the party!

Mountains to Meadows Trailfest is a four-day festival held September 19-22 at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy. On tap is a full slate of activities, including two days of optional trailwork with the SBTS Pro Trail Crew on Mount Hough, a Poker Run/Ride, locally led hikes, trail runs and mountain bike and moto rides on some of the best trails in Plumas County, family and late-night rollerskating sessions, food trucks, a beverage garden and an energetic line-up of live bands on the main stage, headlined by The Scott Pemberton Band, Boot Juice and the Gold Souls.

Dirt Magic 2024 Events Calendar

Join Us for Fun in the Mountains!

Come help us make Dirt Magic in the Lost Sierra! We have a season full of fun on tap this year—mark your calendars to join us at any (or all!) of our events. Registration is currently open for both Lost and Found Gravel Race and Downieville Classic including a whole host of volunteer opportunities at both. You can also sign up for our first volunteer epic weekend of the year, May 3rd – 5th. We hope to see you out there!

Connected Communities

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

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.

Latest News

10 Jul

Builders for Builders Raised Over $20,000

Sending a MASSIVE thank to nearly 700 (!) of you who donated in this year's Builders For Builders Fundraiser! Together, we brought in more than $20,000 for...
18 May

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship Releases Milestone Connected Communities’ Trails Master Plan

After four years of planning, brainstorming and meeting with community leaders, stakeholders and land-manager partners, the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship...
19 Apr

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship Launches Mountains to Meadows Trailfest September 19-22, 2024

Come for the trails, stay for the party! Quincy-based Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is launching a new outdoor festival this fall called Mountains to...
24 Jan

Comments Needed for 2024 Downieville and Quincy Trailwork

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) has applied for a project grant this year and needs your comments to CA-OHV on both so we can receive the grant and...

Upcoming Events

Jun 15 / 6:30 AM - 3:00 PM Portola, CA - The Lost Sierra

Lost and Found Gravel Grinder: June 15, 2024

Jun 23 / 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Alibi Ale Works

Connected Communities Trails Tour – Truckee – June 23rd

Jul 11 - Jul 14 / early - late! Downieville, CA

Downieville Classic Mountain Bike Race – July 11 – 14, 2024

Jul 27 / 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM The Brewing Lair

Connected Communities Trails Tour – Blairsden – July 27th

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What We've Accomplished

195

Miles of New Trail Built

2,560

Miles of Trail Maintained

131,052

Trail Volunteers Hours

43

Employees in 2024

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