Check out the local businesses that support the trails you ride and hike. Here you can find everything you need to plan your next trip to the Lost Sierra.
The beauty of Mills Peak, Lake Davis, Quincy, that all kind of feeds off Downieville. Go to Downieville. Go to Graeagle. Go to Quincy.
– Greg Williams, Bike Magazine, June 2015
Check out the Lost Sierra Recreation Guide
We built this with you in mind! Mountain biking, Hiking, Jeeping, and exploring amazing places in the Lost Sierra, complete with maps.
What To Do:
Hike and ride the trails of Mount Hough and South Park.
Hike a quick 1/2 mile on the Quincy “Q Trail” for a view of town.
Visit the Plumas County Museum
Go swimming at a Spanish Creek swimming hole
Visit Bucks Lake Wilderness
View from Mount Hough in Quincy
Quincy Natural Foods & American Valley Baking
GRAEAGLE | LAKES BASIN
What To Do:
Hike and ride world-class trails in the Lakes Basin area.
Check out the local’s favorite Mills Peak Trail!
Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl – backcountry skiing, Longboard races (fun!), sledding
Visit Eureka State Park
Main Street Shops in Graeagle
Brewing Lair Microbrews at Pangea in Quincy
Nakoma Resort Clubhouse in Clio
Lake Davis near Portola
Yuba Expeditions Shop and Shuttle – Downieville
Refreshing Swimming Holes Along the Yuba River