Mount Diablo Faults Under the Stars
Join us for a late afternoon/early evening hike on the Mary Bowerman trail. We’ll circle the top of Mount Diablo and see the rocks, faults, and views that have fascinated geologists since the 1860s. As we walk, we’ll see all nine Bay Area counties where Greenbelt Alliance works.
After our hike, you can stay for the monthly astronomy night on top of the Mount Diablo for some serious star and planet gazing. Heavenly bodies visible this night include Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars.
Photo: a gude via Flickr.
We’ll assemble in the lower Summit Parking area near the picnic area and restrooms.
Bring water, snack or dinner for after the hike and before stargazing, dress in layers and wear good hiking shoes. Bring poles if you normally use them. This is a short walk, but part of the trail is narrow and rocky. If you have questions about this outing, contact Ken Lavin at email@example.com, or via phone at (415) 543-6771 x321.