Meet at the Preserve parking lot located on the west side of Highway 35 (Skyline Boulevard), about 1- mile south of the Caltrans Skeggs Point parking area and 2.7 miles north of the intersection of Highway 35 and Highway 84.
On this leisurely-paced hike, you’ll be among the first to explore the newly-opened Oljon Trail. With docents Dennis Smith, Laura Levin, Kate Gudmundson, and Mary Brunkhorst, you’ll learn about the extensive work that has been done to protect the watershed of El Corte de Madera Creek as you descend and climb about 600 feet. The project work includes this new trail segment and a new linkage to many of your favorite trails in this Preserve. Along the way you’ll find spring wildflowers, observe migrating birds, and experience the recovery of the redwood and Douglas fir forest.
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