Nature Walk in Tecolote Canyon from Mt Etna Park

Sunday, August 14 8:00-11:00

Nature Walk – Mount Etna Entrance

PR:Tecolote Canyon Interpretive Group (TCIG) will lead this easy walk into one of Tecolote Canyon Natural Park’s finger canyons.

Oak trees provide shade on this 1 mile round trip walk. Walking speed will be fairly slow as we will stop often to examine and talk about plants and animals we find along the trail.

Directions: From Genesee Avenue, turn West at the stop light at Mount Etna Drive. Follow Mount Etna Drive for about 0.5 miles to the far edge of the park where the parking lot is located. The parking lot is below street level, not overly obvious from Mount Etna. If you get to the elementary school (John Muir), you’ve gone too far. Look for our sign.

CAUTIONS — Open space areas are home to rattlesnakes, poison oak, mountain lions, rugged terrain and other hazards. Please be aware and have a safe visit to the park. Bring water, sun protection and wear good footwear.

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