Mountains to Meadows

Join us this fall for a NEW outdoor festival celebrating trails and community, and benefiting the work of the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship!

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.

Festival passes range in price from $50 per person for trailwork volunteers, to $149 for all-access weekend passes and $699 at the top end for a limited number of VIP passes. Kids under 17 are free, and passes include tent camping for the weekend.

Trailfest is a fundraiser for SBTS, and proceeds from the event will benefit Connected Communities, SBTS’ legacy project to connect 15 mountain towns via a 550-mile multi-use singletrack trail. The project is already well underway, with various trails under construction or in the environmental review process in Plumas, Sierra, Lassen, Butte, Nevada Counties, as well as Washoe County in Nevada. The initial work has been funded largely through government grants, but completing Connected Communities will require significant fundraising and volunteer labor hours.

Mountains to Meadows is all about bringing the community in to be a part of what we’re building—to help out on the trails, to meet other like-minded folks and to enjoy the recreation opportunities we have here in Quincy with a big end-of-season part, filled with good trails, good times and good people!

For full details visit the Mountains to Meadows website.