We work on many exciting projects each year. These are some of the amazing places where we are currently engaged in trail development.

Annadel STate park

The Sonoma County Trails Councils provides monthly volunteer trail work days on the 3rd Saturday of every month in Annadel State Park. This work is made possible through in-kind support of California State Park staff and financial donations from the Annadel Half Marathon.


Sugarloaf ridge STate park

The Sonoma County Trails Councils provides monthly volunteer trail work days on the 1st weekend of every month in Sugarloaf Ridge State Park to repair and rebuild their trail system. This work is made possible through financial support from Team Sugarloaf.


East Slope Sonoma Mountain Ridge Trail

Providing a southward extension of the Bay Area Ridge Trail from Jack London State Historic Park, the Sonoma County Trails Council prepared the trail plan and is doing the finishing work on the East Slope Sonoma Mt. Ridge Trail. This work is being performed under a contract with the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District.


Taylor MOUNTAIN Regional Park Trails

 Under a Revocable License Agreement with Sonoma County Regional Parks and guided by the Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve Master Plan, the Trails Council is planning and building over 15 miles of trails identified in the Master Plan. Financial support for this undertaking is through a partnership with the Sonoma County Regional Parks Foundation.


Sonoma Land Trust - Little Black MOUNTAIN

The Trails Council worked with the Sonoma Land Trust to build a hiking trail at their Little Black Mountain Preserve. The Trails Council continues to organize an annual trail maintenance service day using SLT and SCTC volunteers with funding from our partner, Sonoma Land Trust.


Bouverie Preserve Trails

The Bouverie Preserve is planning to build a bypass for a damaged trail segment along Stuart Creek. The Trails Council is providing trail design consulting and docent training services to the Audubon Canyon Ranch's Bouverie Preserve to enable the Bouverie Preserve docents with the knowledge and skills to help build the new trail.