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RE: [RC] Tevis directions - Ranelle Rubin


Foresthill is pretty easy to find. You exit Hwy 80 at the Foresthill exit and go east.

Robinson Flat is on the same road, just further (40+ miles). You will know you are there when you run out of pavement..:)

The easiest way to the Fairgrounds in Auburn is to take the Hwy 49 exit and follow the signs. It depends from which direction you are traveling, but the signs are good.

Driver's Flat is well marked with a brown State of CA sign on your right as you travel east on Foresthill Rd.

I live near Reno now, but lived in Auburn for many years and trained on the Tevis trail. If you need any other help, just ask. If you are planning to pre-ride..get in touch with some of the local riders there and ride with them.

Kathy Sherman is a good one..:)

Courage is being scared to death, but saddling up anyway. ~ John Wayne

Ranelle Rubin, Business Consultant
Independent Dynamite Distributor


Date: Thu, 28 May 2009 10:24:12 -0700
Subject: [RC] Tevis directions
From: mnfaubel@xxxxxxxxx
To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

I am having problems finding directions to Foresthill, Robinson Flat, Fair grounds etc.  On the old tevis website there is a section where it described how to get to these locations and it also described how to FIND the trail once you arrive at the location.... Can anyone direct me to a website or give me a run down of how to get to Foresthill, Drivers Flat and Robinson flat?  Also how to ride from Foresthill towards Drivers Flat?  I think it can be a little tricky to get through town and find the trail as I remember.  I also need directions on where to park at the fairgrounds (I remember there was a specific location) and how to find the trail to ride.
If anyone can get me this information I would really appreciate it.  It was frusterating not being able to find it on the website.

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