Alpine Pedal Path Improvement Day, June 8, 2019
Fawnskin, CA . . . Alpine Pedal Path Improvement Day is scheduled for Saturday, June 8, 2019, meeting at the popular day use picnic area, Meadows Edge, from 9am to 1pm. Volunteers of all ages are needed to help install signs and benches, repair drainage, remove rocks, sand and trash from along Big Bear’s most popular trail. Registration is requested at https://appday19.eventbrite.com or mountainsfoundation.org.
Volunteers can participate with family and friends and make it FUN! Free lunch and tools are provided. In addition, an opportunity draw will be available to win prizes.
“We’re looking forward to the 2019 event to pull together as a community and give back to the North Shore and the incredibly popular Alpine Pedal Path that serves thousands of visitors and locals each year,” exclaimed Bennett Rossell, Non-Motorized Trails Coordinator, Southern California Mountains Foundation. “During this work party we hope to complete the multiyear efforts to improve the potholes, signage and drainage along this beloved path.”
Meadows Edge is located on Highway 38, 2 miles east of Fawnskin on the North Shore of Big Bear Lake and adjacent to Serrano Campground. This event is sponsored annually by California Land Management the proud adopters of the Alpine Pedal Path.
The event is co-sponsored by the nonprofit Southern California Mountains Foundation; U.S. Forest Service; and Mountaintop Recreation, a Division of California Land Management.