Gold Country Trails Council invites new members |

Gold Country Trails Council invites new members

The Gold Country Trails Council is a nonprofit organization formed in 1981 to develop, maintain and protect non-motorized recreational trails in the Sierra Foothills area for public use and enjoyment. Today, it is the Sierra’s largest community of active equestrians who have a long history of successes, including the establishment and maintenance of the 25-mile Pioneer Trail above Nevada City, Little Lasier Meadow Horse Camp, Skillman Horse Camp, and many miles of recreational trails in the Tahoe National Forest. Many events are planned each year including work days, horse camp outs, day rides, barbecues, the big ice cream social and the Annual Benefit Poker Ride that draws entries from all over northern California and western Nevada. General meetings are at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of every other month, and include fascinating speakers and presentations. New members and guests are welcome. For complete information and full calendar of events, visit

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