Volunteer and Member Hike: Mt. Sutro | San Francisco Village

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Volunteer and Member Hike: Mt. Sutro

4/21/2018 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM PST

Meet at the wooden staircase, Stanyan & 17th Streets RSVP to Jill Ellefsen at (415) 387-1375 or jill@sfvillage.org
This is a great chance for members and volunteers to meet up and enjoy a Saturday afternoon hiking in our hidden urban oasis, Mt. Sutro Open Space. Marilyn Straka and Jill Ellefsen will lead the three-mile hike that will include dirt trails and some elevation. On sunny days, you can see peek-a-boo views of GG Bridge and the ocean. On foggy days, you won't see many panoramic views-but the forest takes on a majestic quality as the trees disappear in the fog. When we get to a clearing near the top we will stop for a brown bag lunch before we descend back into civilization. Please bring your own lunch and water.
Feel free to bring a friend!
P.S. If a three-mile hike is not your thing, we will be doing a more leisurely volunteer/member event in the future, so stay tuned.

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