30th Anniversary Sierra to the Sea, a New Epic Journey to Challenge all your Senses, June 17 – 24, 2017

| December 4, 2016 11:10 am

Dip your toes and front wheel in Lake Tahoe and dip them again a week later in the Pacific Ocean in San Francisco, how cool is that!

Sierra to the Sea, an uniquely ACTC tour started by the late Past-President Rod Annable, has a new exciting route from South Tahoe to Golden Gate Park created by all ACTC volunteers and STTS Director Steve Crosby. This new route travels through folkloric passes and historical towns.
Day 1 – Kingsbury Grade and Carson Pass
Day 2 – Mormon Emigrant Trail, Pony Express, Placerville, and Sutter’s Mill where California Gold was first discovered
Day 3 – Folsom, Davis, American River Trail and Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail
Day 4 – Napa, Pope Valley, Davis Double fame ‘Cardiac Hill’ (sounds worse than it is)
Day 5 – Sonoma, Russian River, Sequoia Sempevirons, Guerneville
Day 6 – Pacific Coast Hwy, Valley Ford, Tomales, Point Reyes Station
Day 7 – Bolinas, Stinson Beach, Mt Tamalpais, Golden Gate Bridge

In all, you will have seen, heard, smelled, tasted (dinners are catered by local chefs!), and enjoyed our Northern California rich history and terrain. Challenge all your senses; sign-up for Sierra to the Sea starts soon at sierratothesea.org

Best,
Tony Le, ACTC President

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