Tom cooke Trail

The Tom Cooke Trail is part of an urban trail system maintained by the City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department. The popular Tom Cooke Trail is in west Reno, next to the Truckee River. The trail is open to hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians (no motorized vehicles). Dogs are permitted, but they must be leashed and under control at all times.
Site #1
1 Thomas Cook Trail Site 1 Winter 2014-15 (low)

Site #1

Site Steward: Bruce Bird
Location: Midway on last switchback trail segment 
Bearing: 39 NE
GPS:  N  39° 30' 198"
           W 119° 54' 230"
Notes: Looking N towrds Patagonia Outlet

Rephotography Dates

1. December 18, 2014; 1:30 pm

Site #2
1 Thomas Cook Trail Site 2 Winter 2014-15 (low)

Site #2

Site Steward: Bruce Bird
Location: Between loose rock pile & Tom Cooke Trail Sign at Steamboat Ditch Trail
Bearing: 14 NE
GPS:  N  39° 30' 018"
          W 119° 54' 321"

Notes:

Rephotography Dates

1. December 18, 2014; 1:45 pm

Site #3
1 Thomas Cook Trail Site 3 Winter 2014-15 (low)

Site #3
Site Steward:  Bruce Bird
Location:  16 ft NW of pyramid shaped loose rock pile at hill top
Bearing:  12 NE
GPS:  N  39° 30' 216"
           W 119° 54' 129"
Notes:

Rephotography Dates

1. December 18, 2014; 2:10 pm

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