Endorsed by Curators:
The Tecolote Canyon Interpretive Group will be hosting a trip through one of the most beautiful stretches of Tecolote Canyon! Come enjoy a meandering hike along a tributary, streams, under the shade of Coast Live Oaks in a place where a number of native plants are currently in bloom. Volunteer trail guides will be on hand to identify native birds, plants, reptiles, and insects. We invite you to participate in what will be a very pleasant and educational stroll through this wonderful section of the canyon.
We will be meeting at the south end of Mt. Carol Drive by the signed entrance to Tecolote Canyon Natural Park. There are no facilities at this neighborhood entrance and parking is on the street. Bring water, sunscreen, and sturdy hiking or walking shoes.
For more information contact the Tecolote Nature Center at[masked]-9959.
Directions: From Genesee Avenue, turn west onto Mt. Alifan, then left at the stop sign onto Mt Acadia Blvd. Follow Mt Acadia about 1.1 miles south till just after the ball fields, then turn left onto Via Bello. Follow Via Bello (which becomes Mt. Tami Dr.) till it ends, then turn left on Tamres Dr. Drive one block till Mt. Carol Drive, and park along the street. Entrance is at the end of Mt. Carol.
NOTE: The entrance is below Tamres Drive, so may not be visible from Tamres Drive while still in your car.
GPS: N[masked], W[masked]How to find us:We'll meet at the South end of Mount Carol.