National Public Lands Day

Sep 30 2017

National Public Lands Day is an opportunity for many groups to come together to support and steward recreational access to the incredible public lands in our backyard. The Tungsten Hills provide great terrain for 4x4 driving, mountain biking, hiking, and trail running, with dramatic geology and stunning views of the Sierra Crest and the Volcanic Tablelands.

Join Friends of the Inyo, Eastern Sierra 4WD Club, Sierra Eastside Mountain Bike Association and Bishop BLM on Saturday, September 30 to celebrate National Public Lands Day by bringing together diverse recreational users to repair washouts on popular access roads in the Tungsten Hills. We'll meet at 8:30am at the junction of Ed Powers Road and Tungsten City Road in Bishop and arrange 4WD carpools to the work locations. Tools and gloves will be provided, but please bring your own water and sunscreen and wear closed-toed shoes and long pants. The event will begin with free breakfast and coffee, and conclude with prize giveaways and refreshments at 12pm.