Donate-Fletcher Trail Maintenance Fund

Fletcher Trail Maintenance Fund
Donate and Help Preserve Sierra Madre’s Trails

The Mt. Wilson Trail and Bailey Canyon Trail are among the best maintained trails in the Angeles National Forest. This is only because of the work of community volunteers, who work tirelessly and continuously to maintain the trails to keep them safe for public use by everyone.

The necessary equipment, materials, supplies, and tools used by the volunteers must be paid with donations to the Fletcher Trail Maintenance Fund, as neither the City of Sierra Madre nor the US Forest Service provides any funds for supplies or labor for the maintenance of either trail. Without the work of the volunteer trail maintenance crew, the trails would become impassable.

We hope that you know how significantly your donation is needed and appreciated. Mother Nature never takes a break and continually wreaks havoc on the trails. Rain, rockslides, downed trees, wind, wildlife, and continued use by the public all contribute to trail erosion and cause constant severe damage to our trails. The result of all the above is that the trail maintenance crew volunteers continue to need even more supplies to repair the damage and make the trails safe and useable for people.

Please help us with this work by sending a tax-deductible donation payable to the
Post Office Box 716
Sierra Madre, CA 91025

If you prefer to make your donation by PayPal, you can just scan the QR Code

All donors to the Fletcher Trail Maintenance Fund will receive a written tax-deductible acknowledgement letter. Thank you for your support to ensure the protection of these important and valuable community resource and to ensure that the trails in Sierra Madre are safe for public use for years to come.
501(c)(3) organization – EIN-45-1489623

The new Mt Wilson Trail entrance paid for with donations to the Fletcher Trail Maintenance Fund.

The sign matches the cover of the original sign referenced in John Robinson’s 2001 book, “Sierra Madre’s Old Mount Wilson Trail.”