Who: You & lots of other like-minded trail volunteers
What: Restoration of the lower Arroyo Seco Trail
When: Saturday, June 2nd, 2012 , 8:30am – 5:00pm
Where: Along the scenic Arroyo Seco River near beautiful Santa Lucia Memorial Park, aka “The Indians.”
Camping is an appealing option for those wishing to stay for the weekend.
This work trip will focus on brushing out ceanothus seedlings and shrubs that re-sprouted after the 2008 Indians Fire.
Directions from Highway 101 south-
Before King City, take exit 283. Turn right onto County Rd G14/Jolon Rd (follow signs for Fort Hunter Liggett.)
Travel 17.8 miles, turn right on Mission Road (follow signs for Fort Hunger Liggett) travel 5.6 miles.
(In the Fort area, Mission Road jogs left, then right, then left to circumvent the central base.)
Turn left on Del Venturi Road and travel 17.5 miles to the red ranger station at Santa Lucia Memorial Park.
Why: This event is affiliated with the American Hiking Society's National Trails Day, a nationwide celebration of trails.
See the AHS website for more information and other events- http://www.americanhiking.org/NTDSearch ... NTDId=3298
Bring- a daypack, water, lunch, work gloves, long pants, long sleeve shirts and a sun hat.
Tools supplied by the VWA if you RSVP!
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Rock formations near the Arroyo Seco Trail