Public Trails Meeting

News from Muscle Powered:

Kings Canyon to Ash Canyon Trail Public Meeting
February 13th 5-7 p.m.
Carson City Community Center- Bonanza Room
851 East Williams Street

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Lumos & Associates’ Tom Young and Chas Macquarie survey the Ash Creek bridge site

Carson City and Muscle Powered have been working with the U.S. Forest Service and public for many years to develop a trail system along the foothills of the Carson Range with connectivity to Carson City. Most of the trail will be located on Forest Service lands and some will be on Carson City lands. The project proposes to construct approximately 6 miles of single-track trail designed for non-motorized uses including mountain biking, hiking and equestrian between Ash Canyon and Kings Canyon. Trail access points will be Kings Canyon Road, Waterfall Road, and Ash Canyon Road.

This meeting is one of the last steps before we can start construction on what is sure to be a fantastic trail!

If you would like to learn more about this project,  have questions, or would like to show support for the trail, please attend this meeting.

Thanks!

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2 thoughts on “Public Trails Meeting

    1. For more information on the project, the website is: http://www.fs.fed.us/nepa/nepa_project_exp.php?project=37207.

      To comment on this project, email Daniel Morris, Recreation Officer, Region 4, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, at danielmorris@fs.fed.us, with the subject line “Ash to Kings Canyon Trail project #37207”. Like Tobias said, we need comments, your input will help make this trail better.

      Also, thanks to Jeff P. and everyone else that have been doing the hardest part of the trail work to get it this far. I can’t wait to start moving dirt!

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