A spectacular tafoni formation and a famous aircraft crash site will be the prime destinations of this moderately-paced 5-mile hike led by Tommi and Strether Smith, and Marilyn and Bill Bauriedel. Along the way, you’ll be looking for late-spring flora in this beautiful and heavily-forested area. Bring a lunch to enjoy at a scenic rest spot.
For this activity at El Corte de Madera Creek Preserve, meet at Skeggs Point, a Caltrans vista point on the east side of Skyline Boulevard, about 4 miles north of La Honda Road (Highway 84) and 1.5 miles south of Kings Mountain Road. Please note that Caltrans prohibits a left turn into the lot when approaching from the north along Skyline Blvd.
Events subject to change. Please always check the MROSD page for this event before you go.