Your trails team is happy to report that the California Loop trail is now open to foot and equestrian traffic and you may now enjoy training rides starting directly from Foresthill.
Please respect that the first two miles of trail crosses through private property and leave no trace.
The ride entry is available here
July 2-4, 2021
- Friday: Vet-in; Mentor Assignments; 5 Mile Night Ride to Michigan Bluff for Ice Cream
- Saturday: Robinson Flat to Chicken Hawk - 28 miles, including the Canyons
- Sunday: Chicken Hawk to Driver’s Flat - 20 miles, including the section of Tevis trail ridden at night
As Last Year:
Basecamp at Chicken Hawk
Updated March 13, 2021 - 187 riders.
All entrants are listed in the order entries were received by the Tevis office whether by post mail or email.
This ranking will be posted on the Tevis website and will only change when there are entrant withdrawals.
We will not know the number of starters allowed until we are much closer to the actual ride date.
Our current rider list for 2021:
This year we are offering free entries* to any junior who has not previously finished Tevis**.
Their entry must be accompanied by a paid entry from a sponsor
(who must be at least 21 years old on ride day).
Both sponsor and junior must have their qualifying miles.
**Please note, the North Lot horse camping area is now full - with a wait list.**
This year's entry is now available. The ride will be held under all state and local Covid-19 requirements. Obviously, at this point, we have no idea what that will look like, but we may have limits on the number of participants, observers, crew, and ride personnel who can attend. For this reason, riders will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis - so we encourage you to sign up early to ensure a spot.
|The Western States Trail Foundation and WS100 are pleased to report that on December 1st, Gary C Tanko Well Drilling Inc. installed a new Simple Pump on the well at Deadwood.|
Holiday greetings from the Western States Trail Foundation Board of Governors!
Congratulations to all of you who finished the Virtual Tevis. I was at No Hands Bridge and my horse went lame. Oh well, it was so popular that riders want us to do it again. That may happen.