UCSC

University of California Santa Cruz’s upper campus preserve provides fire road connectivity between Pogonip, Henry Cowell and Wilder Ranch State Park. MBoSC is currently working with UCSC and other interested parties on trail development in the preserve. Bikes are currently allowed on access roads only.


Panel Discussion Examines Unauthorized Trail Use on Campus, Draws Full Crowd

January 30th, 2014

The Forest Trails Talk drew a full crowd to UCSC’s Stevenson event center on January 29th. This panel discussion examined the issue of illegal trail use on the Upper Campus. The speakers all provided unique insight into the issue, and … Continue reading

Neighbor conflict: Shuttling at Forest Lakes Must Stop!

June 21st, 2011

MBoSC received a 12 page letter with photos documenting shuttle drivers who trespass though their community. This letter is dated May 19, 2011 and signed by 30 residents of Forest Lakes and has been widely distributed to the local water … Continue reading

Public Service Announcement

September 13th, 2007

Saw this on a ride the other day… Shame on you, hippie for f**cking up UCSC’s sign! Anyway, as a mountain biker, I’m not ashamed. I practice sustainable recreation and I know that the forest is a resilient ecosystem. Besides, … Continue reading

Scoping the UCSC Moore Creek Project

February 20th, 2007

For years an ad-hoc trail called “Star Wars” has run through the upper Moore Creek on the University of California Santa Cruz campus (UCSC). The Director of the Campus Natural Reserve (CNR) and the Co-Director of Transportation and Planning Services … Continue reading