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Anniversary Hike – Wunderlich
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of Lesbian-Friendly Hikers Over 50, we will return to the location of our first meetup and take a meandering 5-mile hike in the lower part of this San Mateo County park. (Due last year's storm damage, the connector trail between the upper and lower sections of the park is indefinitely closed). Much of the route is sheltered by trees, so we'll go even in light rain. This park contains redwoods, a stream, meadows, and mixed oak woodland. Some of the trails are shared with horses, the narrower ones are restricted to hikers. The trails are not steep, so hiking poles are at your discretion. Dogs are not allowed. We will finish around noon. There are picnic tables at the trailhead, and anyone who wishes can stay and enjoy lunch together. Getting there: • From Interstate 280, exit CA 84/Woodside Road (exit 25) • Drive west on Woodside Road about 3 miles to the signed park entrance (it's a small sign) on the right (west) side of the road. Planned route: Alambique > Meadow > Bear Gulch > Redwood > Madrone > Bear Gulch

Wunderlich Park

4040 Woodside Road · Woodside, CA

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    What we're about

    Public Group

    While this group is primarily intended for lesbians over fifty, it is open to all friendly hikers regardless of age, gender, and sexual orientation. Our goal is to bring open-minded people together to appreciate the amazing outdoor environment that surrounds us in the Bay Area. Our focus is on moderate hikes, both in terms of distance and elevation gain. Most are in the 5-8 mile range, with an occasional 10-miler. Join us and make new friends while enjoying nature.

    Please review the Hiking Preparation Guide before signing up for a hike (under More > Files). For the safety of hikers and to protect the environment, RSVP’s are limited for each event. Parking is limited at some locations and carpooling is encouraged. Well-behaved dogs are welcome in parks that allow them. For example, most East Bay Regional Parks allow dogs, while State Parks don't.

    Disclaimer
    The organizers and leaders of this group and are volunteers, not professional guides. When joining, you agree to attend all events at your own risk. You and your guests will hold no one liable in case of injury or mishap. Hiking, other outdoor activities, and travel to/from events are not risk-free. You are solely responsible for your preparedness and well-being.

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