Running the Spenceville Wildlife Trails

said on February 22nd, 2013 filed under: Fun Things to Do Outdoors, Localism, Running and Hiking trails

Running the Spenceville Wildlife Trails.

How to get there: Take Highway 20 out of Grass valley heading west toward Marysville and Yuba City. Just after you cross the Nevada County line take the road to the left called “Beal Air Force Base.” It’s actually the Smartville Road, but never mind. After a mile, turn left on Chuck Yeager Road. Go about 4 more miles. Turn left on Waldo Road and follow it to the trailhead. It’s dirt and gravel, dusty but not too rough. Do not take the Camp Farwest road to the right. Just stay on Waldo. In a couple of miles it stops. That’s the trail head. Stretch and walk across the old con crete bride and then follow the directions in my video.

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I hope you enjoyed our little outing, Running the Spenceville Wildlife Trails.  Adios.  See you on the next run.

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