We are a coalition of hikers, bikers, equestrians and outdoor enthusiasts who believe that the trails that connect us to the adventure and beauty of the Red Rock are worth caring for. Funds raised by our organization provide direct support to the US Forest Service to facilitate establishment and maintenance of trails within the spectacular Red Rock Ranger District.
It takes a community to keep our trails healthy!! Please see our communities collaborative vision statement – we encourage you to join the effort to care for trails!
Our Board of Directors
Kevin Adams is a retired Marine, Fortune 500 and Non-Profit executive who brings 40+ years of experience to the SRRTF and is currently the Treasurer of the Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition. Term Expires September 2019.
Doug Copp and his family are long-time Sedona residents. Doug serves as the volunteer bicycle coordinator for the City of Sedona, the President of Sedona Recycles, a board member of the SRRTF and the Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition. Doug puts in many rewarding hours as a Forest Service trail volunteer. Term Expires September 2020.
Lauren Browne is most happy outdoors on a trail with her husband and pup, Juno. When not outdoor adventuring, she works for the City of Sedona as the Citizen Engagement Coordinator and as a local hiking and biking guide: getting others to know and love Sedona's trails as much as she does. Term Expires September 2019.
Joan Bouck is a ten-year resident who lives in the Village of Oak Creek with her husband, where they explore the trail system on their bikes. She also takes to the trail riding her horse or hiking with friends. Joan’s volunteer trail work with the Forest Service was the reason for her interest in helping with the SRRTF. Term Expires September 2020.
Rob Holeman has over 20 years living in Sedona and is passionate about mountain biking the local trails. As the owner/manager of a local hotel Rob takes to heart the connection between healthy trails and a healthy economy. Rob serves on the board of the Sedona Lodging Council and the Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund. Term Expires September 2020.
Jennifer Burns served for 30 years as a recreation manager for the Forest Service, with the past decade working locally to improve the Red Rock trail system. She can’t rest until sustainable funding is lined up to care for this unique trail system. Term Expires September 2019.
Liz Sweeney is a retired CPA who moved to Sedona in 2000 and caught Red Rock Fever. As an avid hiker, Liz served as Sedona Westerner Hiking Club Trail Boss (President) for the 2009-10 season. She coordinates the AARP Tax-Aide program for Sedona and is an active volunteer with the Verde Valley Caregivers. Term Expires September 2019.
Mike Raney hails from Pittsburgh, Penn. and realized early on that the connection to the outdoors is what makes a day go from good to great. His motivation for moving to Sedona was to open Over the Edge Bikes and share the amazing and unique trails with customers from all over the world. He also runs the annual Sedona Mountain Bike Festival and lives by the mantra: work hard and play hard. Term Expires September 2020.
Paul Sullivan is a retired military and commercial pilot. After retiring from Delta Air Lines, he and his wife moved to the Village of Oak Creek. To Paul, Sedona is all about enjoying and sustaining the trails that he has hiked for over 25 years. Paul also serves the community as a member of the Big Park Regional Coordinating Council (BPRCC) and is the Forest Service liaison for both the BPRCC and the Sedona Westerners hiking club. Term Expires September 2019.
Dan Blaettler has been riding bikes for much of his life. Dan seeks to sustain red rock trails to meet the needs of all trail lovers: bikers, hikers, equestrians, and runners. In addition to SRRTF, he volunteers with the Red Rock Ranger District and serves on the Board of the Verde Valley Cyclist Coalition. From the San Francisco Bay Area, Dan worked on annual Bike to Work Day events and advocacy efforts to promote cycling. Dan retired after twenty-five years as a Coast Guard civilian in behavioral health. Term Expires September 2020.
Stephanie Giesbrecht is both an equestrian and hiker. Stephanie brings extensive local non‐profit experience to the SRRTF board serving as the Chair of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Stephanie's other non‐profit activities included directorships on the Rotary of Sedona Red Rocks and Sedona Airport Authority and as an advisor on the affiliate board of the Arizona Community Foundation. Stephanie is the Chair of the City of Sedona small grants process and is a Sedona Trail Keeper under her online business Boots and Tiaras. Term Expires September 2020.
Scott McFeely is a 15 year resident of Sedona, having relocated here from Nevada in 2003 with his wife Margery. Scott divides his retirement time in Sedona between Verde Search and Rescue (VSAR), as a volunteer ground searcher, the Sedona Westerners hiking club as Wagonboss (VP) and has just recently been accepted into the Preventative Search and Rescue (PSAR) volunteer program in the Grand Canyon. Through the Westerners, Scott is familiar with most of the trails in and around Sedona and routinely leads hiker groups. Term Expires September 2019.