Docents Debbi Brusco, Jack Owicki, and Jan Hintermeister will guide you on a 3-mile invertebrate treasure hunt. You’ll meander along the Spring Ridge and Betsy Crowder Trails with extended stops. After dinner, you’ll also listen for night creatures. This hike is geared towards adults, but attentive kids 10 years and older are welcome. Bring dinner, ground cover to sit on, and a flashlight with a red filter or cellophane covering (if you have them available). Reservations are required and will be accepted on or after March 21.
Meet at the lower Windy Hill Preserve parking lot. From I-280, exit Alpine Road in Portola Valley. Go south on Alpine Rd. about 2.9 miles to Portola Road (the first stop sign). Turn right on Portola Rd. and travel 0.8 miles to the parking lot on the left side of the road.
Preregistration is required. Find out more at the MROSD page for this event.