Category Archives: access

Public Access Planning for the CEMEX Redwoods

Special report by Mark Davidson, MBoSC President One prospect that gets me excited about local mountain bike advocacy is the opportunities presented by the CEMEX redwoods property. This 8,500 acre parcel was owned by the multi-national company CEMEX but had … Continue reading

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Want more trails near Santa Cruz?

The Land Trust of Santa Cruz, the manager of the 8,500 acre Cemex Redwoods property, is collecting information from the public as it moves forward in creating a new management plan. Take the online survey and speak up for mountain … Continue reading

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The zeitgeist of Pogonip commenters

We have been collecting entries in support of the Pogonip multi-use trail since December. The petition has a field that folks can add their own comments. We took all the comments and excluded the words “santa cruz pogonip multi-use trail” … Continue reading

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Castle Rock Skyline Trail opening March 23, 2012

We have an update on the 1.7 mile Skyline Trail in Castle Rock from the Chris Pereira Trails Supervisor for the Santa Cruz District: We are very close to completion and estimate only 1-2 more weeks. Even though winter has … Continue reading

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Please Support the Pogonip Multi-Use Trail

The Santa Cruz Parks department has proposed a 1.5 mile single track multi-use trail which would connect Golf Club Drive to the U-Con trail at Rincon Road. This scenic family and beginner friendly trail will connect downtown Santa Cruz to … Continue reading

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