Nevada City is fortunate enough to have the Tahoe National Forest as its back yard. With over 655 miles of accessible trails, numerous State Parks, National Forest camp sites and unlimited lakes, rivers and streams for fishing enthusiasts, and hikers. Castle Peak, Grouse Ridge and the Sierra Buttes areas host the Pacific Crest Trail, known to hikers from around the world as the prime hiking route of the western United States. The forests and woodlands surrounding Grass Valley and Nevada City are full of awe-inspiring hiking, biking and equestrian trails. It’s easy to find a trail just right for you to explore.
Bear Yuba Land Trust also runs a Turkey Trek which is in it’s 7th year. The new one-mile loop completed in the spring is located at 16200 Lake Vera Purdon Road, Nevada City. BYLT members will meet you at the trailhead for information. The Turkey Trek runs Friday, November 25 from 10 am to 2 pm. It has become a tradition for folks who want to work off the Thanksgiving dinner.
Neighborhood Trails Are Listed Below:
To access any of these trails click on this link: http://www.bylt.org/trails/