Wondrous Wildflower Walk

AprApril 22 2023

10:00am - 1:30pm Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

2605 Adobe Canyon Rd, Kenwood, CA 95452

Close up of bright red flowers with purple and yellow flowers in the background.

Join Certified California Naturalist John Lynch on his wondrous wildflower walks.

We’ll celebrate Earth Day (4/22) on Vista Trail via Lower Bald Mtn (from the White Barn) and return on Meadow Trail.

Wear hiking shoes, and layers appropriate for the weather, and bring at least a quart of water, a camera, and wildflower guides if you have one. Tickets are $15 for general audiences, $7.5 for students or youth (12-17-year-olds; must be accompanied by an adult), Sugarloaf members and volunteers, and free for children under 12. Parking fees apply. Heavy rain or wind cancels and will be announced by 9 AM the day of the hike.

Ease of access:

Lower Bald Mtn trail is a single-track gravel and dirt trail with at times, rough terrain and steps. It connects to Bald Mtn Trail, a steep, paved fire road. Vista Trail is a single-track dirt trail with at least three stretches of steep steps and a couple of small, seasonal water crossings. Gray Pine, the connecting trail between Vista and Meadow Trails, has a year-round stream crossing with a board for a bridge.

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