Welcome to the Carson Valley Trails Association Website

CVTA Vision: Communities connected to nature through a system of trails

CVTA Mission: The Carson Valley Trails Association is a non-profit, volunteer based organization working with partners to provide access to public lands through a recreational trail system for present and future generations to enjoy.

Clear Creek Trail To Spooner Summit Trailhead NOW OPEN

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Spring / Summer 2018 Newsletter

Our Spring / Summer 2018 issue of the CVTA Trail Connections newsletter is now available!

 

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Upcoming Events

Ongoing Trail Work Days

Where is the trail crew working? Click for details.

 

CVTA is on Facebook

Find us on Facebook! CVTA has a Facebook page! Be sure to click “like” if you want to stay up-to-date on project developments, trail building opportunities, hiking events, and many other exciting happenings with the CVTA!

October 8th, 5:18 pm

A couple of more awesome shots taken at the Cliff Rock viewpoint. Photos: Juan Fernando Guzman ... See MoreSee Less

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Carson Valley Trails Association added 6 new photos — with Katie Carlo at River Fork Ranch.
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October 7th, 9:29 pm

Some of the amazing volunteers that make it all happen. #webuildtrails #carsonvalleynv ... See MoreSee Less

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October 7th, 9:21 pm

Jeremy, VP Trail Operations and Norah Gastelum, CVTA President ... See MoreSee Less

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October 7th, 9:14 pm

If you ever see this guy hiking or riding our trails, stop to shake his hand. Jeremy is the backbone of our trails effort (permitting, design, construction) he does it all! ... See MoreSee Less

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September 28th, 10:30 am

Just got notice of this film that might interest some of the Carson Valley Nevada trail runners. The following is a message from the director:

Hi all - not sure if you've heard about it yet - but a new film on the spiritual side of long distance running 3100 RUN AND BECOME opens at the Tahoe Art Haus 9/28-30. Native Gold medalist Billy Mills, Marathon Champ Tegla Loroupe, Olympic track athlete Kate Grace and many other runners of all stripes have enthusiastically supported the film. I'd be grateful (as the film's director) if you could help spread the word. We can't make this film a success (not money, but views!) without you. Thanks! Sanjay Rawal (trailer: vimeo.com/266754781)Why do you run? Has it transformed your life? Running has been used by humans for hundreds of thousands of years as a way to connect to deeper and higher worlds.…
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Last Updated 24-May-2018
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