Along the coast of Pacifica lies one of the Golden Gate National Park's finest gems - Mori Point. At this time of year, the wildflowers are in full swing, dusting the cliffs with yellow, white, blue, and pink. As we move into our week-long celebration of Earth Day, we invite you to come appreciate the natural beauty in this corner of the world during an evening nature hike with the Park Stewardship Team of San Mateo County. A guide will describe the the biodiversity of the area's ecosystem, as well as highlight its importance in the scientific community. As you take in the serene views of the coast, feel free to stay and watch the sunset or ask questions about this area of the Earth we hold so dear.
The hike will be less than a half mile up a gradually sloping hill and is suitable for hikers of all difficulties.
What to wear:
- Wear comfortable, long pants, and sturdy shoes or boots.
- Dress in layers for various weather conditions.
- Bring a hat and wear sunscreen.
What to bring:
- A water bottle
- A notebook and pen if you’d like to take notes
Note: Rain cancels walks.
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Meet near the Mori Point Gate by the portable toilet. Free street parking is available on Bradford Way. Parking is limited, so please carpool. Leave valuables at home. Car theft has occurred at this meeting location.