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Pinnacles National Park Hike
• What we'll do We will leave the Bear Gulch Nature Center at 8am going through the Bear Gulch Caves, past the reservoir, up the High Peaks, Juniper, Tunnel, High Peaks Trail again, and returning on the Condor Gulch Trail Route will be altered slightly if caves are closed due to high water. Bring lunch, water, waterproof boots, and flashlight. No pets allowed on these trails. Option to gather for late lunch off the 10th st, Hwy 156 exit in Gilroy, near Best Buy, Taqueria Cancun Fresh & Grill , 890 Renz Ln # 105, Gilroy, CA 95020 • What to bring Cost: Bring exact amount for entrance fee of $25 per car using the iron ranger.Bring: Water, lunch, flashlight. Waterproof boots. Level: Strenuous (2C) • Important to know Additional Directions: Take Hwy 101 South to Hwy 25, Go through Hollister, Continue 30 miles on Hwy 25 to right turn onto Hwy 146 where there is a sign for Pinnacles NP. Carpool: Carpooling is not the responsibility of the Sierra Club but can be arraigned between participants. Note: Carpool transportation is at the sole risk of the participants. Cancellation Policy: Heavy rain cancels Event Organizers: Linda Barbosa (408) 310-0185 Ricardo Gonzalez (408) 506-3272

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The Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter serves San Benito, San Mateo & Santa Clara Counties, California.

Our Chapter offers hikes and outdoor recreation for people of all ages. Please see our other MeetUp groups for specific recreation groups: hiking, paddling, ski touring, peak climbing, SierraSingles, Singleaires. For the most complete list, see our Chapter Calendar at http://www.sierraclub.org/loma-prieta/calen... (http://www.sierraclub.org/loma-prieta/calendar)

This MeetUp group is primarily for our activities that advocate for policies to protect our natural environment, support environmental candidates for public office, and provide opportunities for people who want to develop leadership skills to give back to the community and help the environment. For a more complete list of ways you can become involved, see our Chapter website at http://www.sierraclub.org/loma-prieta and check-out Who We Are and What We Do.

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