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On Tuesday, August 6, Canyon Keepers members and guests will hear a presentation describing efforts to create the Bear River Trail, a potential landmark recreational asset that will follow the river many miles heading west from Bear Valley near Highway 20.
Guest John Gardiner will speak on behalf of the Bear Yuba Land Trust which is leading the effort to build the trail. The trail is currently in the planning stages, and will be of great interest to local recreation and nature enthusiasts. Gardiner says the Bear River is a hidden gem that can be improved with better access.
The Canyon Keepers meeting begins at 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday, August 6, at the Canyon View Community Center in Auburn. Canyon Keepers meetings are open to anyone interested.
The Canyon View Community Center is located at 471 Maidu Drive in Auburn.
Auburn State Recreation Area Canyon Keepers (ASRACK) is a volunteer group that promotes healthy recreation by providing assistance and information for visitors to the state park. Members organize hikes, conduct trail maintenance, provide guided history walks, and assist the professional ranger staff through volunteer work.