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Volunteers invited to celebrate National Trails Day in Tahoe City on June 1

League to Save Lake Tahoe
May 28, 2024

A day of service hosted by the Tahoe Rim Trail Association and League to Save Lake Tahoe

LAKE TAHOE, Cal., May 28, 2024 – It’s time to get summer started. On the morning of Saturday, June 1, volunteers of all ages will gather at the 64 Acres Trailhead in Tahoe City to maintain a local stretch of the Tahoe Rim Trail and clean up litter from local walking paths through Tahoe City to Commons Beach. The event is co-hosted by the Tahoe Rim Trail Association (TRTA) and the League to Save Lake Tahoe (League) in celebration of National Trails Day, an annual opportunity to give back to local trails, protect the environment, and improve access for everyone to enjoy the great outdoors.

Volunteers can choose their own adventure. The TRTA will lead a team of volunteers to widen the trail corridor and clean drainages along the Tahoe Rim Trail. The League will get participants geared up to remove litter along popular walking paths. The public is welcome to take part in one or both activities.

After a morning of impactful work, volunteers are invited to unwind at an after-party with a complimentary beer, appetizers, and great company at the nearby Tahoe National Brewing Co. taproom.

TRTA and the League are excited to partner with Drink Coffee Do Stuff, Tahoe City Downtown Association, Tahoe National Brewing Co., and the US Forest Service to host this event.

Saturday, June 1
– 8:30 am: Sign in, enjoy coffee courtesy of Drink Coffee Do Stuff and donuts courtesy of the Tahoe City Downtown Association
– 9:00 am: Trail work and litter cleanup
– 1:30 pm: Lunch, raffle, and celebration hosted at Tahoe National Brewing Co.

Volunteers of all ages are welcome. No prior experience is required.

– Meeting area: 64 Acres Trailhead | Tahoe City, CA 96145 (map)
– Event area: North on Tahoe Rim Trail from 64 Acres, 64 Acres pathway, Commons Beach
– After-party: Tahoe National Brewing Co. | 850 N Lake Blvd #21, Tahoe City, CA 96145 (map)

– Register for trail maintenance:
– Register for litter cleanup at:

Volunteers conducting trail maintenance on the Tahoe Rim Trail and cleaning up litter from local points of interest in Tahoe City in celebration of National Trails Day. Volunteers are encouraged to join.


Media Contacts:

Chris Joseph,
Communications Director, League to Save Lake Tahoe
The League to Save Lake Tahoe, also known by its iconic slogan “Keep Tahoe Blue,” protects and restores the Tahoe Basin’s unique natural beauty and environmental health—today and for future generations. Guided by science, we develop innovative solutions to complex environmental problems, mobilize thousands of volunteers each year, and act as both watchdog and advocate for Tahoe’s wellbeing. Learn more about our 67-year-old 501c3 nonprofit organization at

Delaney Diamond,
Outreach Manager, Tahoe Rim Trail Association
The mission of the Tahoe Rim Trail Association is to maintain and enhance the Tahoe Rim Trail system, practice and inspire stewardship, and preserve access to the natural beauty of the Lake Tahoe region. Learn more about our nonprofit at

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