Hi fellow hikers,
As many of you know, the beloved Cold Canyon Reserve was burned by the Wragg fire this summer, destroying many water bars, stairs, signs, and damaging the trails due to erosion and falling trees. The trails have been closed since the fire.
Tuleyome is partnering with the University of California on getting the trails re-opened, and our first work day is this Saturday.
The work will be from 8:30am to 2pm, on November 21st, with the option to stay later if you like. We'll be installing water redirection features, erosion control blanket, and fixing up trail on the way up to Blue Ridge.
Meet at 8:30am at the LOWER dirt parking area, located immediately upstream from the bridge over Putah Creek on Highway 128, on the south side. Do NOT park on the side of the road at the old parking area right off the highway. If you plan on coming out, bring water, lunch, and a pair of gloves. We should have enough tools for everyone.
Please come on out and help restore one of our favorite local hiking spots. It's only with volunteer help that we can get the area re-opened!
Protecting the wild heritage and agricultural heritage of the Northern Inner Coast Range and the Western Sacramento Valley for existing and future generations.
Visit the Yolohiker web site for trail maps, hikes, and outings in the Putah and Cache creek watersheds.