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Nature in the City Walk - Twin Peaks Bioregion

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Meet at Glen Park BART Station

2901 Diamond Street

San Francisco, CA 94131

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Join Nature in the City Founding Director Peter Brastow for a trek up and over Twin Peaks. This adventure will lead through Glen Canyon Park, up to Twin Peaks, and down the other side through the Mount Sutro forest. Trekkers will see Islais Creek in Glen Canyon, amazing 360 degree views at the top of Twin Peaks, Mission Blue Butterfly habitat, and the historic Mount Sutro trail.

This is a transit-oriented walk with starting and ending points in different locations. See more details below.

Walk Leader: Peter Brastow

Peter Brastow has worked as the Senior Environmental Specialist Nature, Ecosystems and Biodiversity at the SF Department of the Environment since 2012. Peter founded Nature in the City in 2005, after having worked for the National Park Service on the Presidio for the previous decade.

Details:

This will be a rigorous trek with significant elevation gain and uneven terrain. The hike may be difficult for children under 10.

Preparation:

Please wear sturdy, close-toed shoes. Long pants and layers are recommended. Bring water and a snack.

Meeting Location:

Meet at Glen Park BART Station.

Transportation:

This is a transit-oriented field trip. To get back to Glen Park, you take the N-Judah to Civic Center and switch to BART to Glen Park.

Cost:

This walk is FREE to Nature in the City members.

For others a suggested donation of $10-$20 goes to support continued outreach and education efforts by Nature in the City. You can bring cash on the day of the event or donate online.

Or join Nature in the City today and attend all of our walks in 2017 for free!

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