Sun Dec 15 Pulgas Ridge OSP*** 1A (Not a doggie hike) 12:30 PM A moderately hilly hike of about 4.5 mi. 700 ft gain. Rain cancels. Good views, mostly wooded. May include Dusky Footed Woodrat Trail. Late snack/lunch on trail. Directions: I-280 to Edgewood Rd, 0.7 mi to first left on Crestview Dr, then immediate left on Edmonds Rd. Parking in lot on right. Restroom. Carpool: Palo Alto 12:00. Leader: Caroline Houston firstname.lastname@example.org 408-247-1952 (day of hike cell 408-393-0853) GPS: 198 Edmonds Rd, Redwood City.We suggest that you contact the actual hike leaders (see description above) to tell them you are coming or for more information.
Potlucks: After the hike we usually have a potluck at one of our member’s home. Paid up Sierra Club Singleaires members can attend these potlucks and visitors (meetup.com, chapter calender, and word of mouth guests) who go on that day’s hike can also attend. Talk to the hike leader when you are on the hike to find the location of the potluck.
Guests (visitors) on our hikes are always welcome (single or married).
Carpools: Carpools are volunteer meetings, if you find no one else going to your hike you may have to drive yourself there. The Sierra Club does not have insurance for and assumes no liability for Carpooling arrangements. Ride sharing or anything similar is strictly a private arrangement among the participants who assume the risks associated with this travel. To cover drivers' expenses, it is suggested that the rider's contribution be 10 cents per mile.
Palo Alto Park & Ride Lot on Page Mill Rd just west of Hwy 280. Nearest address is 27998 Arastradero Rd , Palo Alto. 37.387984,-122.163356
Sierra Singleaires are an activity section of the Sierra Club. It's members are generally over 50, single (but include married alumni) and who are interested in furthering conservation activities as well as participating in weekend hikes, cycling, backpacking, car camping trips, snow activities and other events. Our leaders are certified to have leadership and First Aid training. (Please See www.singleaires.org for membership and activities information.
We suggest that you contact the actual hike leaders (see description above) to tell them you are coming or for more information.