A part of the Arnold Rim Trail that is described below was first closed to all trail users starting July 11, 2019 and was reopened on August 27th. It has been opened and closed depending on weather for several periods of time since. As of January 10th, 2020, it is now reopened and will remain [...]
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Watch the sunset from the top of Cougar Rock on this intermediate hike led by members of the Arnold Rim Trail Association. Distance is about 4 miles total, with 900 feet of elevation gain. If you haven't done one of these hikes, you owe it to yourself to join the fun. They are scheduled to be [...]
It is with profound sadness that we say goodbye to Dave Edney who passed in February, 2016, suddenly and unexpectedly from a heart attack. He was the picture of health and participated regularly in ultra-endurance events. Almost everyone who came into contact with the Arnold Rim Trail Association over the past eight years knows "Captain [...]
Click on the image above to view a PDF of the original article by Randy Crutcher that appeared in OutThere magazine. Midway between the deep blue waters of Lake Tahoe and the sheer granite walls of Yosemite Valley, a trail that highlights the treasures of the central Sierra Nevada range has begun to take shape. When fully completed it will traverse portions [...]
The current Arnold Rim Trail includes a section of Forest Service Road 4N40 from near Cowell Creek to near Valley View Drive. Our goal has always been to replace Forest Service "double track" roads with "single track" trails, so that ultimately the entire Arnold Rim Trail would be single track. Over the past decade we [...]