UCSC Campus Natural Reserve Hike

Description: 

REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS EVENT HAVE CLOSED - Join us for a hike on the UC Santa Cruz Campus Natural Reserve, which serves as an outdoor classroom and living laboratory.

The reserve serves as an outdoor classroom and living laboratory that provides a vital link between ideas discussed within traditional classrooms and hands-on learning in the natural world.

The campus reserve features steep redwood ravines, flowering azaleas along forested springs, sweeping ocean views, northern maritime chaparral, and more. Meet at the Firehouse parking lot.

Gage Dayton, Administrative Director for physical and biological sciences, and Alex Jones, UCSC Campus Natural Reserve Steward, will begin with a brief overview of the reserve, followed by a steward-led hike along the interpretative loop trail.

This event is family friendly. Please wear sturdy shoes. We will walk rain or shine.

For more information visit the Campus Natural Reserve website or contact Steward Alex Jones.

Location details: 

Meet in the parking lot above the UCSC Fire Station (top of Chinquapin Road).

Admission: 
Free
Admission details: 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to popular demand, this event is now at capacity and no longer accepting RSVPs.

Invited Audience: 
Event dates: 
04/25/2015 - 10:00am