CORBA PV Trail Crew
Join the team!
The CORBA Palos Verdes Trail Crew has been created to help the City
of Rancho Palos Verdes and the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy
repair, maintain, and build local trails. The city depends on volunteers
to do most of the trail work in the Palos Verdes Nature Preserve.
Cyclists have already volunteered many hundreds of hours to maintain
trails. The CORBA PV Trail Crew will provide a reservoir of leaders,
recruit volunteers, plan projects, and carry out approved trail work.
CORBA PV Trail Crew leaders who have graduated from Palos Verdes
Peninsula Land Conservancy’s extensive Trail Crew Program can now plan
and implement approved trail projects. You will be working under the
leadership of CORBA PV members with fellow cyclists and other
volunteers. Projects will be scheduled for both weekdays and weekends,
allowing more flexibility for volunteers.
It's a few hours of hard work but you'll be sharing it with others who
love trails. You'll have fun and come away with the rewarding feeling of
riding a trail you've helped maintain. If you have a special project in
mind, let us know. Sign up for email alerts
Our trail work efforts have given cyclists respect throughout the
community. We want to show that we are committed to maintain and repair
trail through volunteer work.
Concerned Off-Road Bicyclist Association Trail Crew has a long
history of volunteering to maintain trails in the Santa Monica Mountains
in conjunction with California State Parks, the National Park Service,
Conejo Open Space and Conservation Agency (COSCA), the National Forest
Service, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and the Santa Monica
Mountains Trail Council (SMMTC). More information at CORBA Trail Crew.
That highly regarded tradition will continue in Rancho Palos Verdes.
CORBA PV is a volunteer-based group dedicated to promoting sustainable
trail access for mountain bicyclists, and to maintaining the trails on
which mountain bicyclists ride. We support the conservation of open
space and are committed to educating mountain bicyclists to ride
sensitively and responsibly, thereby protecting the natural environment
and the experience of other trail users. We are committed to support
the city of Rancho Palos Verdes, the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land
Conservancy (PVPLC) and other community groups to protect and enhance
Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy presents
Volunteer Trail Crew Training
Schedule of Classes available through May 2012:
February 11th @ White Point
Education Center, 9pm-12pm – Intro Class
February 12th @ Forrestal,
March 10th @ Portuguese Bend,
April 14th @ Forrestal,
May 12th @ Abalone Cove,
June 9th @ Portuguese Bend,
This is a free program for individuals interested in learning about
and conducting volunteer trail maintenance in the Palos Verdes Peninsula
Land Conservancy’s preserve system.
The training program encompasses 50 hours of classroom learning and
field experience lead by trail guru, Kurt Loheit, designed to develop
the skills necessary to perform routine trail maintenance. Completion of
this program is a requirement for volunteers who wish to continue
further in becoming a qualified volunteer trail maintenance crew leader
with minimal or no supervision.
Topics covered over the course of this program include:
The need for
||Basic trail maintenance:
Slough and Berm
|Brushing and pruning
Individuals may choose to participate in any of the
specific skill building exercises, however to qualify as an approved
trail maintenance volunteer all skills must be completed and
demonstrated after acquiring 50 hours of training.
Contact Adrienne Bosler at
email@example.com or (310)
541-7613 to sign up!
The Palos Verdes
Peninsula Land Conservancy has many volunteer opportunities. Go to the
PVPLC volunteer page for information and schedule or call (310)
541-7613 ext. 201. CORBA PV will post trail workdays and other