Loney Meadow Loney Meadow Interpretive Trail

The Loney Meadow Interpretive Trail was re-signed in 2015 by SYRCL and The Tahoe National Forest, with funding from the Sierra Nevada Conservancy. Nine signs loop around the 1.5 mile hike and provide background on the history and ecology, and hydrology of the meadow. Loney Meadow is being restored by SYRCL and the Tahoe National Forest and is also part of a state-wide greenhouse gas research project. Read More

goldfieldstrailThe Goldfields Trail

Visit the Yuba Goldfields Trail to learn more about how the Yuba Goldfields formed, how Native American’s utilized this place, and how local groups are working to restore salmon populations in the river. The Yuba Goldfields Trail (3 mile round trip) winds through gravel piles and dredger ponds left from the Gold Rush era before opening up to the Yuba River. Read More