Join a docent for a leisure walk under the oaks and along the creek in Malibu Creek State Park. We’ll talk about the the park’s history, plants and animals, and see how nature is recovering after the Woolsey Fire. The walk is approximately 2 1/2 hours and families are welcome. Meet at 10am in the park’s Main Trailhead parking lot (second lower lot) by the restrooms. Bring water, hat, camera and your wonderful smiles! For more information, contact docent Dean Arnold at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trying to find a new way to exercise and connect with nature?
Yoga instructors Dawn and Greg will lead a 1-hour Yoga session and end with live acoustic music! We invite people of all skill levels to join us on an outdoor yoga class at our King Gillette Ranch Visitor Center.
Parking is free, but please arrive 10 mins early to the class.
Please bring your own Yoga mat and water. Limited supply of yoga mats to borrow for first timers!
MUST RSVP: Yoga on the Mountain
Our Sunday walks are easy, informative, and fun. No birdwatching expertise is required. Binoculars are (almost) a must — loaners are available if you contact the walk leader in advance. The Reserve contains a lake that is home to spectacular water birds and the Reserve hosts migrating birds as well as local residents.
More information, pictures, directions, accurate map, contacts at www.sfvaudubon.org/events.
Join us for a guided hike beneath the light of a full moon!
Full moon hikes are family friendly and approximately 2.5 miles with a moderate incline.
*No pets please*
Guests must park in the paved parking lot to avoid ticketing by Rangers during this after hours event.
No RSVP needed. The hike will start on time, with park access gates closing at sundown.
Wear closed toe shoes, layers for changing temperatures, and bring water.
From Coldwater Canyon, drive past the lake and turn Right at the 2nd stop, then left at the fork onto Lake Dr.
From Beverly Hills take N. Beverly Dr, turn Right onto Franklin Canyon Dr, take the road up and over into the canyon, and turn Right at the stop sign onto Lake Dr.
Moderately paced 4 mile 600 ft gain hike on Rising Sun Trail to Tropical Terrace (Roberts Ranch) and Solstice Canyon Falls, then back along the canyon through oak and walnut groves by the stream. Meet 8:30 AM at parking lot kiosk. From 101 Ventura Fwy take Las Virgenes Rd/Malibu Canyon exit, go south to Pacific Coast Hwy. From Malibu Canyon Rd intersection, go west on Pacific Coast Hwy 2¼ miles, turn inland on Corral Canyon Rd (at 76 Station), drive ¼ mile to park entrance, and continue on paved park road to parking lot at end. Bring water, snack, lugsoles, hat, sunscreen. Rain cancels.
Moderately paced 5 mile, 700 ft gain hike through Topanga State Park with early wildflowers , grasslands, oak woodlands, chaparral, and coastal sage to great 360º view at Eagle Rock via the Musch Trail. Meet 8:30 AM at Trippet Ranch fee parking lot. From 101 Ventura Fwy take Topanga Canyon Blvd 7 ½ mi. south to Entrada Rd, turn left (east), and go about a mile to fee lot. Bring water, snack, lugsoles, hat, sunscreen. Rain cancels.
Join Ranger Aaron as he hikes and chats his way up towards the Roberts Ruins by the waterfall at Solstice Canyon! We will learn about the history behind Solstice Canyon and the ruins! We will meet at the main/upper parking lot at 9:00 am. Show up early to grab a parking spot!
If you’ve ever wondered who used to live in Solstice Canyon or why there is a bathtub encased in rocks along the trail? Or maybe you’ve wanted to know what the ruins use to look like before it burned down, then this hike is for you!
It is an easy 1-mile hike (one direction) where we will make a few stops to look at the historic features that Solstice Canyon offers. The hike will conclude at the Roberts Ruins with a room-by-room tour of the house along with images of how it looked before it burned down.
It is advised that attendees carpool if possible and try to show up early to grab a parking spot. Parking lot can fill up very quickly!
If parking lot is full, it is advised to park outside of Solstice Canyon and hike in.
The hike and tour should last around 2 hours at most but there will be plenty of time afterwards for any questions!
Please bring shoes appropriate for hiking, water, hat, and sunblock. Rain cancels.