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New Meetup: Ridge to Bridge

From: Dena J.
Sent on: Thursday, March 4, 2010 12:05 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Bay Area Ridge Trail & More!

What: Ridge to Bridge

When: Saturday, April 10,[masked]:15 AM


Ridge to Bridge 2010 is Saturday, April 10

Signature Ridge Trail event provides a day of fun and raises money to complete the trail.

The Bay Area Ridge Trail Council hosts its annual Ridge to Bridge in Marin County every spring, featuring spectacular views of the Pacific coastline, the Marin Headlands, Sausalito, the Bay, San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Please note: Starting times have been adjusted this year! Please make sure to arrive on time, 15 minutes prior to bus departure. Buses depart promptly at the times listed on each ticket.

General registration opens Monday, March 8.

Event attendance is limited and fills fast. The registration fee includes: shuttle to the start, a gourmet buffet lunch, water, snacks along the way, guides, maps and more.

Hike 30, 20, 13 or 8 (NEW shorter distance) miles. We shuttle you to the start so you can enjoy a one-way hike back to the Golden Gate Bridge.

Pedal on a 35-mile endurance ride (over 5000 feet of climbing!), 26-mile intermediate ride, or a 12-mile loop. The endurance and intermediate rides include a bus shuttle to the start.

If horseback is your preferred method, trot along for 9 miles in the equestrian ride! In the Council?s early years, Ride for the Ridge was an equestrian event. This tradition continued for many years before morphing into Ridge to Bridge as we now know it. We are thrilled to have equestrians back in the Ridge to Bridge saddle.

Families enjoy a kid-friendly hike to the Beach and back from Tennessee Valley.

Help Raise Funds to Complete the Ridge Trail
Ridge to Bridge is also a benefit. Participate in the Athon for a chance to win great prizes (and support the Ridge Trail)! Raise $150 or more and your registration is free (fee refunded)! Invite friends and colleagues to sponsor you at $1, $5, or $10 per mile.

Registration is at our event page. You must register to attend this event.

Please note: we hike/ride rain or shine!

Please don't hesitate to contact the Bay Area Ridge Trail Council if you have any questions:[masked], ask for Dena

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