ATTENTION: This weened's Trail Day has been postponed due to rain. We will update this page with the new date as soon as possible.
Olema Valley Trail is one of the few multi-use trails in the Point Reyes National Seashore and it’s been neglected for too long! MCBC has agreed to adopt the trail, with a commitment to organize multiple trail days each year. In addition, we will work with the National Park Service to find funding and other resources to tackle some of the bigger needs, like bridges and reroutes.
Come join MCBC on Saturday, October 29 as we begin the long journey to rehab the Olema Valley trail. We will be repairing a steep eroded section of trail. Tools will be supplied as well as gloves. Wear durable pants, shirt and work boots. Eyewear is also suggested. Lunch will be served following trail work.
WARNING: There is poison oak along the trail, so wear long sleeve pants and shirt if you're allergic. Tecnu and cold water will be available at the end of the work day.
Take Sir Francis Drake west through the towns of San Anselmo, Fairfax and Lagunitas, until you hit Highway 1 at the town of Olema. Turn left (south) on Highway 1. Travel south approximately 6 miles. After mile marker 20, keep an eye out for a driveway on your right with a gate and a National Park Service sign that reads Pacific Coast Learning Center (and a Trail Work sign). Turn right into the driveway. To park, turn right when the driveway hits a T, drive past the red barn and turn left into the gravel parking lot.