Spring 2016 Hiking With Friends

Come hike with us!

Hiking With Friends is Fun!



Do you enjoy the outdoors? Does your child like to explore and be out in nature? Are you looking for a place where your child can burn off some of that extra energy? If you can answer any of these partially with a "yes" then you will enjoy Hiking With Friends (HWF). This is a fun, educational, social group designed to get families outside together for less than an hour, twice a month. We schedule the hikes and times around the groups availability. The hikes are family and child friendly. The hikes are easy and fun!

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FAQ

Question: Can I bring a sibling? Answer: Yes


Question: What should I bring? Answer: Comfortable shoes, water, hat, camera, snack


Question: How long do the hikes last? Answer: 30 minutes-1 hour.


Question: Can others suggest hikes? Answer: Yes!


Question: Do I need to RSVP for the hike. Answer: RSVPing is always appreciated, but we all have unpredictable schedules. If we plan an activity we want to make sure to have enough items for all of the kids.

Fun, local activities

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Upcoming Hikes for 2016

A list of group hikes for 2016

Cabrillo National Monument

Sunday, Jan. 17th, 12:30-2:30pm

Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, CA, United States

Meet at the visitors center between 12:30pm-12:45pm. We can hike the trails near the light house, then head to the tide pools if everyone is interested. If you plan to go to the tide pools bring an extra pair of shoes and socks because your feet will get wet.


Junior Ranger: http://www.nps.gov/cabr/learn/kidsyouth/be-a-junior-ranger.htm


Entry fee is $10 per vehicle if you aren't a member.


Please RSVP for this event. If we have more than 10 people in our group, we can obtain a tide pool visitors permit.

San Dieguito Lagoon Trail (2.8 miles round trip)

Sunday, Feb. 28th, 2-4pm

San Dieguito Lagoon River Trail

Exit Interstate 5 at Villa de la Valle, go east just past the Petco shopping center, and turn right on San Andres Drive. You can pick up the trail at the dead end of San Andres Drive, near the site of the future San Dieguito River Park Visitor Center.


http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2010/sep/01/roam-rama-san-dieguito-lagoon-trail/#

Crest Canyon Trail

Sunday, March 27th, 2-4pm

Crest Canyon Trail

. The north trailhead is accessible from I-5 by taking Via de la Valle west to Jimmy Durante Blvd., going past the Del Mar Fairgrounds and then left on San Dieguito Drive to Racetrack View Drive. The south trailhead is accessible from I-5 by taking Del Mar Heights Road west, then turning right onto Durango Drive.

Hiking with Friends Contact

Kara Kersjes cell phone: 517-795-4989

Terrence Coleman cell phone: 517-507-7497