Wolf Creek Trail opens to public in Grass Valley | TheUnion.com

Wolf Creek Trail opens to public in Grass Valley

The long awaited completion of the Wolf Creek Trail was celebrated Saturday morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony and trick-or-treat hosted by members of the city of Grass Valley, Bear Yuba Land Trust and others. Pavement covers the more than 1-mile trail, including the switchback access road created in the space of the Little Wolf Creek sinkhole which formed here during the rain events of late 2016 and early 2017.

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