Photo: Taylor Hanigosky ©

East Bay: Canine Caper

Date:
Sunday, June 9, 2019
Time:
9 a.m. - Noon
Cost:
Free; RSVP Required.
Place:
Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve
Oakland, Alameda County

Bring your four-legged friends (two-legged friends also welcome) for a nature hike in the Oakland Hills.

Ten million years ago, a geologic convergence called the “triple plate junction” produced the volcanic features seen in the park today. But what strange convergence of forces produced the park’s stone labyrinths? Canine detectives are on the case!

Photo: Taylor Hanigosky

 

Outing Leaders:
Colette Cussary
Ken Lavin
Total Distance:
This is a moderate four-mile loop with a few hundred feet in elevation change.
Weather Policy:

Rain cancels.

Where to Meet:

We’ll assemble at the main park entrance off Skyline Boulevard in Oakland.

Leaders Note:

Bring snacks, water, hiking poles (if you normally use them), and leash (if bringing a dog); wear layers and good hiking shoes. East Bay Regional Park District rules allow dogs off leash in much of the park, provided they are in sight and under voice command. However, dogs must be leashed within 200 feet of developed areas.

If you have any questions about this outing, contact Ken Lavin at klavin@greenbelt.org or 415-543-6771 x321.

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