|Be A Part of the Build...|
This is your chance to create a significant system of trails in north County. The Sapwi Extension is being built by CCCMB in cooperation with various equestrian groups and SLO County Parks and Recreation.
Joe O’Donnell (CCCMB) - Kathy Redden (Atascadero Horsemen) - Chuck Woodard (County Parks)
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Santa Margarita Lake
Sapwi Trail System
Beginning this winter 2017 work on Sapwi trail extension will ramp up. Workdays have been scheduled at least twice a month on either Sunday or Monday (see schedule below). Those weekly workdays will be supplemented by bigger CCCMB scheduled workdays.
Trail builders gather to inspect and strategize
"The goal is to have a finished trail
by early 2018"
Help create a vastly improved trail system at Santa Margarita Lake!
This webpage provides all the information you need to help build the extension of the Sapwi Trail at Santa Margarita Lake:
The extension of Sapwi will do several really cool things – all of them illustrated by the map on this page.
Completion of Sapwi will make possible serious reroute work on Falcon Trail. Falcon Trail is valued because it provides a backcountry trail experience. When the Sapwi trail extension is completed CCCMB and its partners will begin work on Falcon Trail creating short reroutes to address dangerous and/or unsustainable steep sections.”
How to Become A Part of the Sapwi Crew...
Trail Work Schedule
Where: Meeting place: Santa Margarita Lake Park Entrance
Project Leader Contacts:
Joe O'Donnell (CCCMB) - cell: (805) 462-2820
Chuck Woodard (Supervising Ranger): (805) 438-3045
Santa Margarita Lake Kiosk: (805) 788-2415
Great workday at Santa Margarita Lake!
Archive From Sunday, May 22, 2016
Thanks to the 23 volunteers - a combination of mountain bikers, equestrians, hikers and trail runners - who came out to work on the Sapwi Trail Extension. Brush was cut and moved, and tread was cut in. Still a ways to go on getting the trail completed so hope to see folks come out for future workdays.
Volunteers came back to a bbq lunch hosted by the Atascadero Horseman's Club.
And all volunteers received a one day free pass to either Santa Margarita Lake or Lopez Lake.
Thanks to everyone for coming out and working on the trail!