Our effort to tune up Wilder Ranch's backcountry trails.

Can we raise an additional $10,000 today (5/29)?! Donate today to support us as we revitalize five singletrack trails throughout Wilder Ranch State Park from May 15 to May 29.


Wilder Ranch State Park needs our help.

Winter was tough on Wilder Ranch trails.

We've got tread to repair, trail corridor to brush, and features to improve. Our goal is to end this campaign with sparkling singletrack for the community to enjoy.

Through the end of May, we'll complete these vital trail repairs across West Engelsmans Reroute, Wilder Ridge, Wild Boar, Old Cabin, and Twin Oaks Trails so you can get out there and have even more fun in the Wilder backcountry.

Donate today & double your impact!

What do you think–can we raise $80,000 for Wilder trails over the next few weeks?

The first donations to support this work will be doubled on the spot! $28,000 will be matched by generous friends of SCMTS, including the team over at Onewheel.

All donations go directly into trails.

Together, we'll help more folks explore and enjoy the beauty of the Wilder Ranch backcountry singletrack. Where will Wilder trails take you?

Rather donate your time than your dollar?

Join us at one of the 5 volunteer events we're hosting.

- [COMPLETE] Thursday, May 16: 9-11 a.m. on West Engelsmans Trail Reroute

- [COMPLETE] Friday, May 17: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Twin Oaks Trail

- [COMPLETE] Saturday, May 18: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Old Cabin Trail

- [COMPLETE] Thursday, May 23: 9-11 a.m. on West Engelsmans Trail

- [COMPLETE] Friday, May 24: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wild Boar Trail

Thank you!

We appreciate your support!


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