Could you use some time enjoying easy connection, recharging your battery in the great outdoors, and re-focusing your attention on what matters most - WITH FELLOW FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS?
HOW WE'LL ROLL
We'll begin by spending a good 20-30 minutes enjoying easy, authentic, judgement-free connection learning a little about the women in our group and warming up to each other by sharing what's just beneath the surface - both personally + professionally.
We then set out on our hike where we'll share our wins, challenges, and what we're currently working on while receiving support from women who know what's it like to build and maintain a business.
It ain't all talk, though. We'll take pause periodically to take in and appreciate the natural environment, connecting to the support that it offers - natural high guaranteed.
At the completion of our hike we'll check back in and share the shifts that we experienced as a result of our time together. You'll leave feeling supported and ready to take on the week!
Meet-up location: meet us at the East Ridge trailhead across from the bathrooms
Distance: about 3.5 miles
Elevation Gain: about 625
Intensity: moderate (2 moderate climbs)
Hiking Time: about 1.75 hours
Average Pace: roughly 2.5 mph (we saunter)
Trail Map: https://www.ebparks.org/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=24397
The parking lot at this staging area can fill quickly. If you arrive and there are no spots, street parking also available.
Carpooling is encouraged. If you'd like to carpool and live on the East side of the Caldecott, I've got room in my car and am willing to pick up passengers at the pick-up/drop-off round at Lafayette BART station. MESSAGE ME IF YOU ARE INTERESTED.
WHAT TO BRING
Water, light snack, comfy hiking/walking shoes, sunglasses, a hat, a body slathered with sunscreen, and an open heart.
*This is a FREE community event!
This event is being brought to you in collaboration with THE CLUB.
MORE ABOUT "THE CLUB" - A MAMAHOOD ENTREPRENEUR COMMUNITY
"The Club" is comprised of a group of women who believe in community-centered enterprise- ie in supporting and celebrating other women and forming community AND by serving and improving the community around us.