SBTS Wins Grants Creating More Dirt Magic in the Lost Sierra

Remember those grants we applied for back in March? Well we heard back, and we got em!! Thank you to those who commented and pledged your support for these grants.

  • Mount Hough, Quincy Planning – planning for proposed 18 miles of new connections for Keddie Trail, Indian Falls Ridge, Berry Creek, Tollgate and Grizzly Ridge trails; with a match to be split with SBTS and the Plumas Audubon


  • Mount Hough, Quincy Ground Operations – 59 miles of trail maintenance on Mount Hough, Snake Lake and Claremont Peak


  • Downieville Trail System – 56 miles of trail maintenance on Butcher Ranch (6.5 miles), Pauley Creek (2.6 miles), Big Boulder (3.2 miles), First pide (3.2 miles), Second pide (5.9 miles), Third pide (3.2 miles), Downie River/Rattlesnake Creek (8.4 miles), Halls Ranch (5.3 miles), Fiddle Creek (5.8 miles),  Chimney Rock(4.8 miles), Lavazzola Creek(5.1 miles) and Empire Creek(2.5 miles)

On this page is a preview of what’s coming your way. This is the crew out scouting new sections of the Indian Falls Ridge Trail on Mount Hough in Quincy. The trail is going to snake through those amazing rock formations and offer incredible views of the valley. We can’t wait to make more dirt magic happen!!