Adopt An Area
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Do you ski or snowshoe? If so, you can help protect and preserve your favorite backcountry winter area while enjoying your recreation. By "adopting an area" you become Snowlands Network's eyes and ears, and help the Forest Service understand what's working and what is not working on the ground. This is very important because the Forest Service can't be everywhere all the time.
Here's how to join the Snowlands Network "Adopt An Area" project.
- Tell Snowlands Network which area you want to adopt using the first form at the bottom of this page. You can pick from the following list, or you can pick another area you love.
- Castle Peak area north of Donner Summit
- Tahoe Meadows north of Highway 431
- Tahoe Meadows south of Highway 431
- Chickadee Ridge south of Highway 431
- Mount Rose Wilderness accessed from Highway 431
- Mount Rose Wilderness from the north
- Brockway Summit; the Martis Peak side
- Brockway Summit; the Lake Tahoe side
- Forestdale Creek area from Red Lake to Forestdale Divide
- Hope Valley north of Highway 88
- Hope Valley south of Highway 88
- Carson Pass area north
- Carson Pass area south
- Mokelumne Wilderness
- Round Valley and Woodchuck Basin Near Natural Area near Lake Alpine (Highway 4)
- Crabtree and Gooseberry Nordic trail system at Pinecrest
- Sequoia and Kings Canyon area
- Visit the area 3 or more times this snow season.
- After each visit, return to this webpage and complete the easy to use "Adopt An Area Report" at the bottom of this page.
- That's all there is to do.
Contact Gail Ferrell using our Contact Us page for additional information about the Snowlands Adopt An Area project.
Join Snowlands Network's Adopt An Area project
Adopt An Area Report