Sugarloaf Fire: Devastation, Recovery, Renewal

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After the October 2017 Nun’s fire and the October 2020 Glass fire burned 99% of Sugarloaf, it took months of hard work to repair trails and facilities. Now, almost 2 years after the Glass fire signs of the fire are … Read more

Introduction to Nature Journaling

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Nature journaling helps you enjoy the natural world in a whole new way. You can take just a short hike, or even stay in one place, and see, hear, smell and touch more than you ever thought possible. Using words, … Read more

Sugarloaf Perspectives: A Storytelling Series

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Storytelling is humanity’s oldest art form, likely originating before the cave paintings of the Stone Age. This summer we introduce “Sugarloaf Perspectives”, a storytelling series that brings new voices and people to the park while teaching about the natural environment. … Read more

Limited-Mobility Dusk Birding

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Many people know birds are most active at dawn, but dusk is second daily peak of bird activity, and you don’t have to be an early-bird to experience it. Join Dr. Dan Levitis at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park for a … Read more

Senderos: Animales en Sugarloaf

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¡Estás invitado a nuestra aventura de Animales! Recorreremos los senderos Meadow y Hillside (2 millas) en busca de señales hechas por animales. Aprendemos sobre la comida y el comportamiento de algunos animales comúnmente encontrados en el parque como osos, culebras, … Read more

Full Moon Hike

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Bring a flashlight and your sense of wonder as you explore the park after dark. This hike begins at the White Barn and heads up to the viewpoint on Vista Trail or to Bald Mountain, where we will see the … Read more

Sugarloaf Perspectives: A Storytelling Series

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Storytelling is humanity’s oldest art form, likely originating before the cave paintings of the Stone Age. This summer we introduce “Sugarloaf Perspectives”, a storytelling series that brings new voices and people to the park while teaching about the natural environment. … Read more

Sugarloaf Perspectives: A Storytelling Series

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Storytelling is humanity’s oldest art form, likely originating before the cave paintings of the Stone Age. This summer we introduce “Sugarloaf Perspectives”, a storytelling series that brings new voices and people to the park while teaching about the natural environment. … Read more

4th of July Fireworks Hike

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Join Team Sugarloaf for your chance to climb the tallest mountain in Sonoma Valley—Bald Mountain—a spectacular vantage point to view as many as 18 different fireworks displays! This strenuous hike covers 6.5 miles with 1500 ft. elevation gain—including steep sections. … Read more

Native Trees & Shrubs Hike

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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 … Read more