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Trail Day! October 9th, Little Bear and Little Elden tread repair

We’ll be tuning up Lower Little Bear and Little Elden near Little Bear. Drive north on Highway 89 to Elden Springs Road. Drive in on Elden Springs Road, follow signs. Google Map PLEASE RSVP: We will are asking that participants RSVP at least a day before each event in order for us to be better able to plan. It’s easy and only takes a minute using the form we are providing.

Trail Day! October 9th, Little Bear and Little Elden tread repair

We’ll be tuning up Lower Little Bear and Little Elden near Little Bear. Drive north on Highway 89 to Elden Springs Road. Drive in on Elden Springs Road, follow signs. Google Map PLEASE RSVP: We will are asking that participants RSVP at least a day before each event in order for us to be better able to plan. It’s easy and only takes a minute using the form we are providing.

TRAIL DAY! September 29th, upper Little Bear Trail maintenance

September 29th, Little Bear maintenance from the top to the rocky outcrop We’ll be tuning up the bench along the very top of Little Bear Trail. Come on out and help keep one of Flagstaff’s favorite trails rad! Directions: From downtown Flagstaff, head north on Highway 180 towards Grand Canyon. Just after the Museum of Northern Arizona, turn right on Schultz Pass Road. Bear right on Elden Lookout Road. Drive

1st TRAIL DAY of 2018! May 19th, Sunset Trail Maintenance between Little Bear and Upper Brookbank

May 19th, Sunset Trail Maintenance between Little Bear and Upper Brookbank We’ll be cleaning up this rutted section of trail and doing our best to establish some drainage. Directions: From downtown Flagstaff, head north on Fort Valley Road/ Highway 180. Just past the Museum of Northern Arizona, turn right on Schultz Pass Road. Stay right at the “Y” to continue on Elden Lookout Road. Continue up the dirt road, (high clearance recommended).

Trail Day! Little Bear Trail maintenance, October 28th

October 28th, Little Bear Trail Maintenance We’re doing a little touch up on this trail after getting it re-opened last year! Come on out and finish off the season with us! Directions: Drive north on Highway 89. About a half mile past Silver Saddle Road, turn left on Elden Springs Road. We will be meeting a few of miles in, past both the Horse Camp Road and Little Elden Trail Head.

Trail Day! October 15th, Little Bear Trail Rehabilitation

October 15th, Little Bear rehabilitation Help us in putting back one of the best trails in Flagstaff! Not only do we have three volunteer events scheduled this year to work on Little Bear Trail, but we hired American Conservation Experience (ACE) with $10,000 from a grant and events put on by the Mountain Bike Association of Arizona (MBAA) to help realign one of the most problematic spots on the trail.

Trail Day! September 10th, Little Bear rehabilitation

September 10th, Little Bear rehabilitation Help us in putting back one of the best trails in Flagstaff! Not only do we have three volunteer events scheduled this year to work on Little Bear Trail, but we hired American Conservation Experience (ACE) with $10,000 from a grant and events put on by the Mountain Bike Association of Arizona (MBAA) to help realign one of the most problematic spots on the trail.

Trail Day! June 25th, Little Bear rehabilitation

June 25th, Little Bear rehabilitation Help us in putting back one of the best trails in Flagstaff! Not only do we have three volunteer events scheduled this year to work on Little Bear Trail, but we hired American Conservation Experience (ACE) with $10,000 from a grant and events put on by the Mountain Bike Association of Arizona (MBAA) to help realign one of the most problematic spots on the trail.

Little Bear Trail Work Project, Fall 2015

We would like to thank the Mountain Bike Association of Arizona, (MBAA), and the American Conservation Experience, (ACE), for the funding and matched-work that is going into restoring the most damaged sections of Little Bear Trail. The MBAA gave Flagstaff Biking Organization a $5000 grant that was matched by $5000 of funds raised over the years from entry fees paid for the annual Flagstaff Super-D Race. ACE then committed to