Explore the magical parkland known as Brushy Peak Regional Preserve. This strenuous hike covers approximately 4 miles over dirt and rocky trails with an elevation gain of 800+ feet. The hike includes an exploration of unique sandstone rock formations, an introduction to the Native Ohlone, Bay Miwok, and Delta Yokuts cultures associated with the site, and an opportunity to view the plants and animals that live or visit this area.
Participants must stay with the group. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a registered adult. Canceled if raining. The 5/6-hour trip, depending on the group.
Carpooling encouraged. Meet at the Loyola Way Community Center parking lot next to the Community Garden at 491 Loyola Way.