Join BYLT and certified California Naturalists Steve Roddy and Linda Conklin on October 13, 2018 from 10:00 to 11:30 am to explore local trails and discover the plants, animals, and history of each special region.
This month, the Junior Conservationist will meet to hike the Rattlesnake Ridge Trail section. This is an ideal family walk; the trail winds into the woods, with some varied terrain. The hike will be about 1.7 miles, mostly as a loop. Please note: there is poison oak off the trail, so take necessary precautions to avoid an irritating rash!
Come explore nature and become a Junior Conservationist! A conservationist is someone who advocates or acts for the protection and preservation of the environment and wildlife. This outing is designed for young hikers, age 4 to 12, accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Please wear sturdy shoes suitable for hiking, and comfortable clothing. Please bring plenty of water and snacks and leave dogs at home.
Directions to the Trailhead:
From Hwy 49 in Grass Valley, exit South on Highway 174. Turn right on Rattlesnake Road. Then, Turn right on Rattlesnake Ridge Drive. The trailhead is at the intersection of Rattlesnake Road and Rattlesnake Ridge Drive. Look on your left for a large covered mailbox kiosk and park off the paved road where there is a wide shoulder.
Suggested donation of $10 per family.
We encourage you to sign up early! Donations can be made online or at the trailhead.
If you have any questions, please contact Felicia Van Hecke at (530) 272-5994 x207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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