The next in a year’s worth of public meetings hosted by the Red Rock Ranger District on the future of trails in Sedona will be this Thursday, March 21st at 6:00 pm at the Hilton Sedona Resort. This meeting will be the first where participants will be able to submit specific suggestions about the locations and types of trails they’d like to see added to the trail system in the
From the Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition: The International Mountain Bike Association is coming to Cottonwood. The Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition and the Coconino National Forest Red Rock Ranger District applied to bring IMBA to town and were approved. Below are flyers to distribute for the upcoming IMBA Trail Care Crew Visit. They will be here February 21st-24th to give a couple trainings/presentations and do some trail work on the new Lower
COME WORK ON THE RUST BUCKET TRAIL! The Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition is sponsoring a work day on the Rust Bucket Trail north of Dead Horse State Park. Come help out!! When: Saturday, Jan. 19th – 0930 AM – 3PM (if weather looks “iffy” call Lars Romig for last minute confirmation 301-7792) Where: meet at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church parking lot 700 North Bill Gray Road, Cottonwood, AZ (just off
From the Coconino National Forest: “The public is invited to the second Red Rock trail planning meeting Thursday, November 29, from 6 to 8 P.M. at the Village of Oak Creek Fire Station #3, on Cortez Drive. This planning session is the second in a series of meetings over the coming months in cooperation with the City of Sedona and the Big Park Council. Citizens interested in local forest trails
Participate in volunteer trail work to “make a difference” Sedona, AZ – If you like the outdoors and are interested in volunteering to “make a difference” in the National Forest, come join the Forest Service trail team with several upcoming volunteer trail work days. The first volunteer work day is scheduled for Sunday, November 11. Volunteers will organize into several small teams lead by the Forest Service where they will
From the Red Rock District of the Coconino National Forest-A call for community collaboration on future trails Sedona, AZ – The Red Rock Ranger District, in partnership with the City of Sedona and the Big Park Council, are seeking to create a non-motorized trail plan that reflects local values and recreation needs and promotes tourism for regional economic benefit while protecting the resources that draw people to this special area.
Pledge to halt illegal trail construction on the Coconino National Forest – Red Rock District! Illegal trail construction within the RRRD of the CNF has been a problem over the years. The cycling/mountain bike community stands to prevent and bring to a halt the construction of illegal trails. Please fill out your info below to show you will support putting an end to illegal trail construction. In the past there
Join the Red Rock Ranger District Saturday April 21st for an Earth Day Work Event. We will be working on a trail rehabilitation project in the Soldiers Wash Area. Project will start at 10:00 am and finish by 3:00 pm. Please RSVP to Angie Abel at firstname.lastname@example.org or (928) 203-7535. Be sure to bring water, lunch, hat, sunscreen, work boots, gloves and a hardhat/mountain bike helmet if you have it.
Another Red Rock Ranger District Trail Work Day! Help adopt Slim Shady onto the USFS Trail System… What: Volunteer trail work day When: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Saturday March 10th, 2012 Where: Meet at Yavapai Vista Parking Lot on southbound State Route 179 (the lot is closed for construction but will be open for this activity) What: We will organize into small teams and do new trail construction on
The time has come to adopt the Soldier WashTrails. So come on out and help the US Forest Service swing some tools and blaze a sweet single track! What to bring: Sturdy Closed-Toe Shoes Long Pants Work Gloves Glasses or Sunglasses Food H2O Great Attitude!!! Optional gear to bring: Shovel Rake Lopping Pruners |Pruning Saw MT BIKE!!!!! Specific directions: Take 89A north to “Uptown Sedona”, left onto Jordan Road, left