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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

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September 22nd, 11:54 pm

A photo of CVTA board member Juan Fernando Guzman at today’s member hike/ride celebrating the new addition to the Clear Creek Trail. ... See MoreSee Less

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September 22nd, 11:39 pm

Five Valleys view on the Clear Creek Trail. Can you name all the valleys? Leave your reply in the comments. ... See MoreSee Less

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August 23rd, 1:13 pm

Update on Marlett Flume trail closures:

Due to Labor Day on September 3 and the Interbike Expo in Reno from September 14-20, we have made some revisions to the Marlette Flume Trail Closure plan:

· Work has shifted from September 3-6 to September 4-7 to allow for Labor Day visitation.

· Out and back traffic to a point just short of the primary work zone will be permitted. This will allow for a couple of miles of scenic riding along the Flume Trail on either side.

· Work will shut down the week of September 17th to allow for a full week of uninterrupted riding during the Interbike Conference. An extra work week will be added from October 8 – 11.

· State Parks staff will work with the Interbike Conference planners to identify any specific planned events that involve the Marlette Flume Trail as a riding resource.

If you have any questions, please contact Jay Howard at j.howard@parks.nv.gov
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August 20th, 4:44 pm

If you care about trails in our community, here is your chance to have your voice heard.

Douglas County, Nevada is hosting five citizens’ roundtable discussions from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the following days.

•August 23, 2018 in the CVIC Hall 1604 Esmeralda Ave, Minden, NV 89423

•August 27, 2018 at 3394 James Lee, Carson City, NV 89705

•August 28, 2018 at the Tahoe Transportation Center
169 US Hwy 50, Stateline NV 89449

•August 29, 2018 at the TRE Community Center
3911 Carter Dr, Wellington, NV 89444

•August 30, 2018 Gardnerville Ranchos General Improvement District Office
931 Mitch Drive, Gardnerville NV 89460
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August 17th, 12:31 pm

Thank you to our non-profit groups in Douglas County for all the incredible work you do for the community.
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August 16th, 8:47 am

From our friends at LTNSP - Sand Harbor, Spooner Lake, Cave Rock, Van Sickle.

I wanted to let you know that trail crews will begin work on repairing the rock slide on the Flume Trail on August 27, and will conclude on October 4th. A trail closure Monday through Thursday will be necessary. This closure is due to the nature of the work (rock walls and tread construction), steep cross slope and narrow corridor, and crew safety issues. At the end of the work week, the NCC will make every effort to clean up the work site and make it passable for each weekend, Friday through Sunday. State Parks will follow-up soon with a map outlining the closure (Marlette Dam to Tunnel Creek Road) and alternative route (Tahoe Rim Trail/Hobart Road). The map and signage route will be located at:

· Bottom of tunnel creek road (at the gate)
· North end of the Marlette Flume
· South end of the Marlette Flume (Marlette Dam)
· Top of North Canyon Road at Marlette

If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact Jay Howard at j.howard@parks.nv.gov
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Last Updated 24-May-2018
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