Historical Hike: “The Natural Wonders of Glen Park” | SF
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Glen Park Recreation Center | 70 Elk St, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Join leader, Paul Bouscal in a fall hike to explore this canyon in the midst of residential neighborhoods.
Glen Canyon is one of San Francisco’s significant natural resource areas containing a variety of vegetation including forbs, grasslands, shrubs, willows and other trees. The park features rock formations and it is the source of Islais Creek. We will walk and view parts of this 70-acre park to enjoy the flora, fauna and natural history.
CNPS member and California Naturalist Meet at Elk and Chenery Streets. This is approximately a 10-minute walk from the Glen Park BART station. Layers of clothing are recommended. Heavy rain cancels.
Contact Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 650-438-9109 if you have questions
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