Saturday, 2/18/17—Rancho Canada del Oro Open Space Preserve Update
Due to upstream mudslide, and predicted heavy rain and winds, the preserve will close at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 19. Check back for updates.
Winter Hiking Tips
If you're heading outdoors for a hike this winter season, check out our latest hiking tips for the rainy weather!
The Risk of Losing the Bay Area Greenbelt
Listen to KQED’s Forum, where Greenbelt Alliance CEO Jeremy Madsen and Andrea Mackenzie discuss what’s at risk if we lose the Bay Area’s Greenbelt.
EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO STORM EVENT
Sunday, February 19, 2017
1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Rancho Cañada del Oro Open Space Preserve
Even though it is still winter, the early wildflowers and blossoms are already blooming! Join Docent Paul for an afternoon stroll to seek these early bloomers, many of which may be gone by the official start of Spring. Light rain does not cancel the hike but heavy rain or storm conditions will. Be prepared for possible muddy conditions and a stream crossing. If the weather reports call for sunshine, we encourage you to come early and have a picnic at the tables around the meadow before the hike! Learn more.
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Rancho Cañada Del Oro
Quiet rural landscape and almost nine miles of trails in the Santa Cruz Mountain foothills.
Sweeping views and ten miles of trails in the Eastern foothills perched atop Alum Rock Park.
4 miles of beautiful trail located in the Valley of the Heart’s Delight
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