Last Hike of the Year

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Join this last hike of the year and enjoy a peaceful 3-mile hike while looking for signs of the winter season and reflecting on the past year as you wander around the water. Bring sturdy shoes, water, and snacks.

Winter Wonderland Walk

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The winter season is a wondrous time in the wilderness! Join this one-mile round trip (easy with about 300ft elevation gain) and discover what animals and plants do to prepare for cold months as we warm up with apple cider … Read more

Devil’s Gulch Hike

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Tucked in a canyon of San Geronimo Valley, this lovely trail follows a salmon-bearing creek where, with rain and luck, you might spot fish moving upstream. You’ll explore the lush understory, keep an eye out for birds, see if you … Read more

Burn the Turkey Hike

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Get outside with a guided hike along Camp Ohlone Road. You’ll admire fall colors, look for birds and burn a few calories on a 3-mile, moderate trek through Sunol. The guided hike portion will end at the Alameda Creek Overlook (formerly … Read more

Rush Creek Walk

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This walk takes you along the edge of a tidal wetland that is a haven for waterfowl and shorebirds. You’ll see ducks in fresh breeding plumage and will keep an eye out for peregrine falcons and other raptors that frequent … Read more

The Over-The-Hills Gang: Marina Bay Park

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Marina Bay Park – Hikers 55 years and older interested in nature study, history, fitness, and fun are invited to join this series of monthly excursions exploring the Regional Parks. No fee. No registration. Drop-in program only.
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All About Oaks

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Oaks and their acorns are vitally important to a broad spectrum of animals (including humans). You’ll discuss the role of these trees in local ecosystems as you compare several oak species and a few interesting hybrids. This walk is only … Read more

Vasco Caves Regional Preserve Tour

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Hike 2-3 miles through this wild and windswept land which is sacred to local California Indian communities and a refuge for golden eagles, fairy shrimp, and tiger salamanders. The Preserve is accessible only through guided tours staging at Round Valley, … Read more