Build & Improve Trail at REI - Ridge Trail Service Day, Nov 1!



The REI - Ridge Trail Service Day is the Council's largest event, with hundreds of volunteers building and improving the Ridge Trail all around the Bay Area! Each Bay Area REI store partners with a local land manager to host a volunteer trail work party on a nearby section of the Ridge Trail. This year, our 7th annual Service Day, we'll have sites all around the Bay Area, with nearly 600 volunteers pitching in!! Check back for a full listing of work site locations.

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2013 REI – Ridge Trail Service Day Locations (2014 locations to be determined)
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  • Presidio of San Francisco: Presidio Trust and  REI San Francisco,
  • UCSF Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve: Sutro Stewards and REI San Francisco
  • Marin Headlands Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and REI Corte Madera
  • Big Rock Trail (Lucas Valley Open Space): Marin County Parks and REI Corte Madera
  • Helen Putnam Regional Park:  Sonoma County Parks and REI Santa Rosa
  • East Slope Sonoma Mt. Sonoma County Trails Council and REI Santa Rosa
  • Moore Creek Park: Napa Co. Regional Park & Open Space District and REI Santa Rosa
  • Hiddenbrooke Trail: City of Vallejo and REI Brentwood,
  • Sky Ranch: Muir Heritage Land Trust and REI Concord
  • Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve: East Bay Regional Park District and REI Berkeley
  • Sierra Vista Open Space Preserve: Santa Clara County Open Space Authority and REI Dublin/Fremont
  • Alum Rock Park: City of San Jose and REI Saratoga
  • Sanborn County Park: Santa Clara County Parks and REI Saratoga
  • Windy Hill Open Space Preserve: Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District abd REI Mountain View
  • Skyline Trail: San Mateo County Parks and REI San Carlos

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