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Sibley Park Walk - a view of the world and birthplace of the San Leandro Cr...

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Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve

Oakland, CA 94611

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Come with us to visit the birthplace of the San Leandro Creek! Explore Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve with Friends of San Leandro Creek for a new perspective of our origins.

We will walk a leisurely 3 mile loop arond the park with views of the Bay, Mt Diablo; interesting geological volcanic formations and native plant species. EBRPD's Botanist Michele Hammond will join us to point out those species of interest. We'll meet at the Sibley Staging area off of Skyline blvd in Oakland (see map & directions). Walk is considered "moderate" with some slight inclines & declines. Make sure to wear layers of clothes as it is often windy. Sunblock is recommended, as are a hat, long pants and sturdy shoes. Bring water to keep hydrated. There are 2 bathrooms on the loop.

For those of you that would like to carpool, we will be meeting 1st at City Hall in San Leandro to rideshare. Please call Susan at 577-6069 (or slevenson@sanleandro.org) to sign up for a ride.

Driving directions from Highway 24 take the Fish Ranch Rd. immediately east of the Caldecott Tunnel. Continue 0.8 miles to Grizzly Peak Blvd. Turn left and go 2.4 miles on Grizzly Peak to Skyline Blvd. Turn left and drive .1 mile to the preserve entrance on the left.

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