HIKE TECOLOTE CANYON
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2019 @ 9:30am
We tried to do this hike last December and got rained out.Let’s try again! Please join us for a hike in Tecolote Canyon, a favorite for San Diegans!
The 900 acre Tecolote Canyon Natural Park knifes into two of San Diego's older neighborhoods, Claremont and Linda Vista. Tecolote Canyon is regarded as a valued habitat for native plants and animals and also welcomes visitors! By day you're sure to spot a hawk soaring on the crown of a dead oak tree. It is called a natural park because of the native vegetation with in it such as Sage scrub, Sage brush, white sage, Black sage, lemonade berry, and many others. Live Oaks, willows, and Sycamore scroll along the stream channel in places where water is more plentiful.
Distance: varies but 4 miles is the goal.
Dogs on leash ok
Hiking shoes and poles recommended
Please bring water, sunscreen, and a hat
Facilities available at visitors center
Please Bring a chair and a snack and we can visit after the hike if you would like.
Please register on the web site
Exit I – 5 Sea World Dr./Tecolote Rd. East. Drive 0.6 miles east on Tecolote Road to reach Tecolote Community Park and the nature center for Tecolote Canyon Natural Park immediately beyond. Please meet at the visitor Center.
Rita Bierman 858-232-3239
Darlene Hayworth 619-276-2642