San Jose, California
Pinnacles National Monument San Benito County
Rising out of the valley are the spectacular remains of an ancient volcano. Massive monoliths, spires, sheer-walled canyons and passages define millions of years of erosion, faulting and tectonic plate movement.
We will be meeting at the Bear Gulch Visitor Center at 9am . One hour earlier than normal. We are starting out on the Condor Gulch Trail, to High Peaks Trail. After meeting and lunch, we hike down Rim Trail to the Reservoir. Just in case the caves are open, bring a flashlight. Bring plenty of water and sunscreen.
Take 101 South. Exit on Hwy 25 and go
through Hollister. Follow the signs carefully, because Hwy 25 turns left and
then right. After you leave town, stay on Hwy 25 until CA-146 which takes you to
the park. Level 4 - Miles: 6.5 - Elevation 1500'
Host: Jennifer N.
RECOMMENDED: Plan for wet
weather. Wear layers and prepare for quick changes in temperature.
Drive Time: 1 hour & 30 minutes-Parking $5.00. Dogs not allowed.
NOTE!! We will be having a business meeting on March 2, 2008.
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Level 4 - Miles: 6.5 - Elevation 1500' Host: Jennifer N.
RECOMMENDED: Plan for wet weather. Wear layers and prepare for quick changes in temperature.