Meet near the restroom at the bottom of the hill in the Preserve parking lot farthest to the right. From I-280, take Foothill Boulevard south and turn right almost immediately onto Cristo Rey Drive. Continue about 1 mile, veer right around the traffic circle, and turn left into the park. After entering the Preserve, turn right and drive approximately 0.3 miles to the parking lot.
Would a rose by any other name smell as sweet? Unpack the diverse symbolic and scientific meanings behind familiar quotes from literature across the centuries and continents on a moderately-paced hike along many of this Preserve’s popular trails including the Coyote, Wildcat Loop and High Meadow Trails. Docents Anna Lee and Ping Li will guide you on an exploration of the many ways nature has inspired literature and lore throughout history, and how humans have made sense and meaning of the environment in their lives. (Note: Arrive early to find parking.)
Registration is unavaialbe because:
- registration is disabled