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The Highway 50 Wagon Train will once again traverse the Sierra this week, just as the pioneers of the 1800s once did. People seeking riches headed west after gold was discovered near Placerville in 1849, but their routes were varied as very few had traveled that direction before them.
Saturday, June 1 – 6 pm Rendezvous – Dinner, Registration & Information Sharing at Round Hill
Sunday, June 2 – Round Hill to Amacker Ranch in Meyers
Monday, June 3, – Amacker Ranch to Tamarack Pines Cutoff – Overnight near the top of Echo Summit
Tuesday, June 4 – Tamarack Pines Cutoff to Kyburz – Down from the Summit, past Horsetail Falls and Lover’s Leap
Wednesday, June 5 – From Kyburz to Fresh Pond – A full day in the American River Canyon
Thursday, June 6 – Layover Day with Dinner at Fresh Pond – Association Appreciation Gathering and the Joe Campbell Award
Friday, June 7 – Fresh Pond to Pollock Pines – Pollock Pines Community Center Celebration