This year’sHigh Sierra Poker Runnow includes the Coyote Lake Trail as a run option. Here is a little more info about the trail:
26E213 – Coyote Lake Trail
Shaver Lake, California (Fresno County)
A high mountain lake hidden at the end of the Red Lake 4×4 Trail is, literally, only the beginning. Coyote Lake Trail is a challenging, rock crawling 4×4 trail that runs from Red Lake to Coyote Lake. Rock crawling, swimming, fishing, camping and lake side relaxation in the high mountains of the Sierra National Forest make for one of the most rewarding trails you can run.
This is one of many 4×4 trails in the Red Mountain off-road trail network in the Sierra National Forest, northeast of Shaver Lake and Southeast of Huntington Lake.
Rock obstacles, dense forest, and two lakes make Coyote Lake Trail a prime destination for the seasoned wheeler looking to get off the grid.
Hearing on SB757 (Carnegie SVRA expansion)
July 3 in Sacramento
There will be a hearing on SB767 (Carnegie SVRA Expansion Property) before the Assembly Accountability and Administrative Review Committee on July 3 at 9:30 am in Room 437 at the State Capitol.
Please attend, we need a huge OHV turn out at this hearing.Wear your club colors. Your attendance will make a strong visual statement about your support for OHV recreation at Carnegie SVRA and elsewhere.
Please write your legislators and tell them you strongly oppose SB767.
Now is the time to act. OHV is under attack and if we don’t act now we may lose it all.
Carnegie, Oceano Dunes under attack, what’s next?
Do you really think they will stop there.