MCBC Trail Stewards Trail Stewards Build Fresh Trail on Burdell; Round Two in March

On February 9, a group of 25 volunteers braved the cold, wet weather for the rare opportunity to build fresh trail–and what will be the first bike-legal trail in Mt. Burdell Open Space Preserve. If you missed out, don’t fret; we’re heading out again on March 9!

MCBC’s Trail Stewards Program is pleased to support Marin County Open Space District’s construction and adoption of Eagle Rim Trail on Mount Burdell. The social trail starts near the top of the mountain, follows a fence line west and then drops down onto Deer Camp Fire Road. The current alignment onto the fire road is steep and erosive, so we’re assisting efforts to build a more gradual descent that will add to the overall distance. A technical rock segment and low hanging oak branch will remain to give the trail some character.

Once work is completed on the exit, and the new work has had time to harden, the trail will open to hikers and bikers and create a new bike loop option on Mt. Burdell!

join us for round two!

saturday, march 9, 8:30 AM – 3 pm | San andreas drive gate, mt. burdell open space preserve


photo gallery: eagle rim dig day #1


This year, our new MCBC Trail Stewards Program will equip 150 first-time trail volunteers with the basics of trail maintenance, construction, and habitat restoration. We’ve set a goal to provide 1,000 hours of volunteer labor to help care for our trails. This event got us off to a good start with 125 hours of volunteer service to Marin County Open Space.  Learn more and subscribe to our Trail News Calendar here.

Thanks to our sponsors!

MCBC’s Trail Stewards Program is supported by PG&E, Bank of Marin, and Mike’s Bikes!

Wagon Wheel Volunteer Trail Day 2024

February 24 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
Tamarancho (Camp), Iron Springs Fire Rd.
Fairfax, CA 94930 United States
Child with cutters and 2 adults on trail for volunteer trail day

Join us for Wagon Wheel Volunteer Trail Day on February, 24 at Camp Tamaracho in Fairfax. MCBC is teaming up […]

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