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Two Weekends for Art Hikes!

Summer Art Hikes: July 16 & 17, 2022
Fall Art Hikes:  September 10 & 11, 2022

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

2022 Webber Lake/Lacey Meadows Art Hike
July 16 & 17, 2022

We are partnering with Truckee Donner Land Trust and are excited to share a new landscape with you featuring Lower Lacey Meadow and Webber Lake.  There are some uneven footing in the forested area.
Plan to spend a 1/2 day on the mountain with amazing art and nature sites. The Lacey Valley Trail, about 3.3 miles roundtrip, offers an easy and memorable hike. There is not a bridge across Lacey Creek and for most of the summer, and your feet will get wet. The trail is mostly flat with some uphill sections over rocky terrain when we go off of the main dirt trail.

Please arrive 30 to 40 minutes early to find parking, check-in at the ticket table, use the restroom, and catch the shuttle to the trailhead. Base camp/check-in will be at the Day Use Parking Area at Webber Lake Campground. Directions below. There is 0% cell reception at Webber Lake, so get your directions to Webber Lake Campground loaded on your phone before heading out.

Art Hikes will take 2 1/2 to 3 hours to complete. ​​​​​​​There is a start time on your ticket. Example: hike start at 10:00 am - 1:00 ending the hike. Arrive 30 minutes before your hike tour start time.
WHAT TO BRING:
• Printed Ticket from Ticketleap with time and date. Bring ID if you lost your ticket
• Bring drinking water for the hike/ snacks and picnic for before or after your hike / good vibes
• Bring your Epi-Pen if allergic
• Bring bug spray, we also suggest to wear long pants for mosquitoes if you are sensitive
• There is no photography of artists or art sites
• Wear walking shoes, or water hiking shoes, or bring flip flops in your backpack to cross Lacey Creek, or go barefoot across the shallow creek.
• Wear layers
• Don't forget your full water bottle! No drinking water source on site.
• PETS SHOULD STAY AT HOME- the art hikes are a family-friendly event, but sorry no pets.

WE HIKE IN ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS, RELAX, BREATHE, ENJOY!
Please forward this information to everyone in your party. We strive to have each hiker well informed for a great experience on the trail.

HOW TO GET TO WEBBER LAKE CAMPGROUND, Driving on HWY 89 from Truckee to Sierraville, California.
From HWY/State Route 89, drive about 17 miles north of Truckee,
Take a left onto Jackson Meadows Road/Cottonwood Road towards Webber Lake. Drive about 8 miles to the sign for Webber Lake.
Turn left and proceed down a dirt road for about a quarter mile.
The road forks to the right and drive to the Day Use Parking Area of Webber Lake Campground.  Learn more about Webber Lake at Truckee Donner Land Trust website https://www.truckeedonnerlandtrust.org/webber-lake-lacey-meadows

Happy trails,
Nancy Tieken Lopez
Founder & Artistic Director
Trails & Vistas
www.trailsandvistas.org


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Our Signature autumn weekend September 10 & 11, 2022 Art Hikes will be held at Tahoe Meadows Trail, a shorter 1.3 mile hike above Lake Tahoe near Mt. Rose in the HUMBOLDT-TOIYABE NATIONAL FOREST featuring eight art performance sites along a gentle trail. A complimentary short shuttle ride will take you to and from the trailhead.

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