TDTrails.org 2018 Season Calendar

National Trails Day Guided Hike: Carpenter Valley
Date: June 2, 9AM-12PM

Long hidden from public view, the magnificent Lower Carpenter Valley offers grand scenery, lush meadows, and more. This interpretive guided hike is exclusively for TD members and their guests.

Sign-up/More Info: Eventbrite

TD Volunteer Trail Work Days
Dates: June 16, July 21, Aug. 18, Sept. 15, 9AM-12PM

Give back and help construct a new trail running between the Teton and Glacier Trailheads. Hosted by the Trails Club and the Trails Department. Ages 10 and up, no experience necessary.

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Invasive Weed Walk With The Weed Warriors
Date: August 4, 10 AM-12:30 PM

Learn about the non-native weeds invading your yard and neighborhood with the Trails Club and the Truckee River Watershed Council.

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River Walk With The Watershed Council
Date: September 1, 10 AM-12PM

Walk with the Trails Club and the Truckee River Watershed Council while learning about our watershed and how you can help restore and protect it, starting right in your own yard.

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Truckee River Day
Date: October 14, various times

Help restore and protect the Truckee River watershed. This annual event offers volunteer opportunities all across the region, including right here in Tahoe Donner.

Sign-up/More Info: TruckeeRiverWC.org

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Carpenter Valley Guided Hike, June 2

Tahoe Donner’s Trails Department, the Friends of Tahoe Donner Trails club, and the Truckee Donner Land Trust invite you on an interpretive guided hike in the magnificent Lower Carpenter Valley.

Carpenter Valley Guided Hike

  • Date: Saturday, June 2
  • Time: 9:00 AM to Noon
  • Hike Details: About 5 miles on mostly flat dirt roads.
  • Registration: Eventbrite Registration Page

Just over the ridge from Tahoe Donner’s Crabtree Canyon, but long hidden from public view, Carpenter Valley offers grand scenery, lush meadows carpeted by wildflowers, and the chance to see wildlife in their natural environs.

This hike will feature commentary on the valley’s ecology and history, detail the ways in which Tahoe Donner is working with the Land Trust to provide access to the valley, and highlight the tremendous recreational opportunities the Tahoe Donner community will enjoy once Carpenter Valley is fully open to the public.

For now, however, the only way to visit this extraordinary place is through docent led hikes like this one exclusively for Tahoe Donner members and their guests.

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