Hiking

JUNE 2018 AAUW HIKES

Meet at the P&R at 9am.  Contact the Lead if you plan to meet at the trailhead.

JUNE 1  Shiloh  – Linda Clark

We will hike around 5 miles on various trails in Shiloh. Will be back by noon or before depending on what the group wants to do.

JUNE 8     McCormick Addition of Sugarloaf    Liz Loebel
Beginning at Hood Mountain Regional Park, we will hike into the McCormick Addition of Sugarloaf and follow Quercus and Headwaters trails. Our destination is the Grandmother tree, a magnificent old Coast Live Oak. This moderate/strenuous hike is 6 miles and takes about 3 hours. We haven’t been to the McCormick Addition of the Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in a long time.  Great views. Bring hat, poles, water & lunch. We should be back by 2:30p.

JUNE 15  Armstrong Woods      Neita Comings
We will take the East Ridge Trail from the front parking lot to the Gilliam Creek trailhead. Then we will loop back down to the grove by taking the Pool Ridge Trail and wind through the grove to return to the entrance/parking lot.  This is a 6 mile hike with an elevation gain of 1100′.  Bring water, your poles and a snack.  Bring your lunch and we’ll have it on the river at Neita’s with some beer and wine.

JUNE 22     Lucas Valley   Debbie Potmesil
8 miles 1200’ elevation.  Hike up Big Rock Trail to Big Rock Fire Road.  Open terrain with very little shade. This is a new hike for us. Bring, water, hat, poles and lunch. We should be back by 4:00 p.m. at the latest.

JUNE 29   Grey Pine –Lake Sonoma – Barb Recchia
We start at the Grey Pine parking lot, hike the Dry Creek Trail and do various trails around Half a Canoe and can make this either a 5 and up to 7 mile hike.  Should be back in town by 12:30-1.  Bring poles, snack and water.