Catch vivid springtime green ridges, carpets of wildflowers, ocean vistas and more along the Peninsula Watershed’s Fifield-Cahill Ridge Trail.
Access is by reservation only, with docent-led events scheduled for certain Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays. They can range from native plant or birdwatching strolls to fitness hikes and rides. Among the activities scheduled so far between now and June are two 8-mile round-trip- hikes, a 13-mile one-way hike along the entire trail and a 13-mile but hilly and rigorous bike ride. Events are limited to a maximum of 20 participants; click here to reserve your space. For more specifics on what to expect, visit here.
AND, if you want to tailor a day on the watershed to your particular interest or pace, consider joining our corps of volunteer trail leaders. Application forms are available here, at the bottom of the page. Or contact our Ridge Trail Program Manager John Fournet, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information on these and other opportunities.