Join POST on a guided hike in one of most recently-established open space preserves in the Bay area.

Join us for this beautiful hike! A POST volunteer will share a few words about POST’s decades of conservation success before the hiking group explores a moderately strenuous but mostly shaded 5.4 mile hike with ~900 feet of elevation gain.

In one of the county’s best preserved, second-growth coastal redwood forests, we’ll also pass extensive areas of Douglas fir and oak woodland, as well as a few remaining old-growth redwoods. The proximity to the San Andreas fault results in a unique geology and landscape, while there are many remnants of a rich cultural history of the region. The park is also home to a wide variety of mammals, birds and reptiles, some of which might be spotted along the trails.

All attendees must RSVP via Eventbrite. More detailed information regarding parking and meet-up locations will be sent out to all attendees prior to the event.

Please note that dogs are not allowed on community hikes and that all minors must be accompanied by a parent/guardian for the entirety of the hike.

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