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Wild Recovery
San Jose, California
October 04, 2014
Byrne-Milliron Forest
Santa Cruz
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The Place

Byrne-Milliron Forest
October 04, 2014
10:00am

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The Byrne-Milliron Forest preserve comprises 402 acres of Redwood and mixed hardwood forest. Set in the hills above Corralitos it offers panoramic views of the Parajo Valley and Monterey Bay.

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Parking is limited so carpooling is a must.

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Directions

Take Hwy 17 to Hwy 1 south, Take the Freedom Boulevard exit and head east (away from the ocean) on Freedom Blvd. After 5 miles you will come to a stop sign, TURN LEFT onto Corralitos Road. After 1.7 miles the road will fork just before the Corralitos Market, VEER RIGHT at the fork.Cross over the bridge and turn left on Browns Valley rd. Continue on Browns Valley Road. After about 3 miles youíll see a sign on the right for "Roses of Yesterday." TURN LEFT into the Roses of Yesterday driveway marked by the star. Follow the signs for #809. Please drive slowly up this very narrow road! Visitorís parking lot on is the right. Drive time is about 90 minutes from San Jose.

Walking the Walk

Level: 2.5       Miles: 7.5       Elevation: 900 ft       Host: Jeri

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Know before you go

Parking Free, but we will be asking for a $5.00 donation since this is a land trust and privately maintained./Dogs allowed on leash
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