Join author and Sugarloaf docent Dana Glei in 2-mile hike (250 ft elevation change) highlighting key species of trees and shrubs that are associated with oak woodlands, chaparral and riparian plant communities. Meet at the White Barn. We’ll start off along sunny Meadow Trail (85% sun exposure) and return along the shadier Hillside Trail.
Tickets are $10 general, $5 for students, youth (12-17 year olds), Sugarloaf members and volunteers, and free for under 12. Bring water, sun protection, and if you’d like, a snack and a plant identification guide. If you use iNaturalist or would like to learn how to use it, make sure it’s already installed on your phone before you arrive for the hike.
Parking fees apply.