Trailbuilding Projects

Tuleyome helps build trails in the Putah and Cache Creek watersheds.

We are currently working on two trail projects:

Yolo County's Valley Vista trail

Blue Ridge Trail - Berryessa Peak public access  

Yolo County's Valley VistaTrail - COMPLETED!

Yolo County's newly-named Valley Vista Regional Park has awaited trail construction for several years. We're working with Yolo County Parks to build the first trail onto the property, starting across Highway 16 from Camp Haswell County Park. Yolo County has completed the environmental work and planning, and the trail layout has been flagged. We're now ready to start building.

Work dates have been entered into the events calendar. Participants must fill out three different forms. The forms include Tuleyome's Participant waiver, Yolo County's Volunteer Form, and Yolo County's Participant waiver. Bring the forms with you to each event.

Looking at Cortina Ridge from the route
Google Earth view of the proposed route we will construct.
View of the Capay Valley from the trail route
Flagged route on the side of the mountain

Blue Ridge Trail - Berryessa Peak public access - COMPLETED!

In September of 2008, a ranching family in Napa County donated a public trail easement to allow for access to the BLM Berryessa Peak public lands. This 9,100-acre tract of public land has historically been landlocked and inaccessible. Tuleyome's Ireland Ranch provides docent-led access from the south, and this easement will provide public access from the north.

Panorama from Blue Ridge - along part of the route to the easement trail.
  The easement route, with game trail Berryessa Peak and Blue Ridge Sunset from the easement