Rafting - Upper S. Fork American River
Starting at the Chili Bar Dam and ending in Coloma, this trip jump starts with the infamous ¼ mile long Meat Grinder rapid. Before you have a chance to dry you’ll continue to hit Class II and Class III rapids aptly named Triple Threat, and Troublemaker. A typical day on the upper section is approximately 3 to 4 hours on the water. Click here to learn more.
How- To Clinic: Flat Fix
In this class you will learn how to fix a flat on both your front and rear tires as well as what to pack in your repair kit. After this class you will never be left calling for a ride the next time you get a flat tire. Minimum age is 13. Click here to learn more.
Basic Bike Maintenance
This class is "geared" to serve the beginner and average rider. Curriculum includes routine maintenance, cleaning, flat repairs, brake and gear adjustments, trail repairs, and ergonomics. Click here to learn more.
On The Peak:
Tahoe Rim Trail Backpacking
08/08/2015 - 08/09/2015
This section of the Tahoe Rim Trail begins with a continuous 2,000 foot climb up to the prominent ridgeline of the Carson Range on the North East side of Lake Tahoe. Click here to learn more.
08/14/2015 - 08/16/2015
You'll be camping in Yosemite Valley with endless opportunities for hiking and sightseeing. Depending on the season, sights your group may choose to explore include beautiful waterfalls such as Vernal and Nevada Falls, giant Sequoia groves, or Curry Village. Click here to learn more.
Rafting- Lower S. Fork American River
Are you ready for a trip down the gorge? Here is your opportunity. Click here to learn more.
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