218px-sibley_volcanic_regional_preserve_-_stierch_aRobert Sibley Volcanic Preserve Hike

Join us for a short hike through a park with geologically interesting terrain of ancient volcanoes and labyrinths.

Sunday, September 23, 9:30 am - 12:00 noon

Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve
On Skyline Blvd., just east of Grizzly Peak Blvd./Diablo Dr.
Oakland, CA

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Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve is located in the Oakland Hills of the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. The park is part of the East Bay Regional Parks District, covers 928 acres, and lies partly in Alameda County and partly in Contra Costa County, east of Oakland.


Please join us for a short (3-5 mile) morning hike through this park with geologically interesting terrain, with views of ancient volcanoes and labyrinths.

For those who are interested, the hike may be followed by lunch at a nearby restaurant (optional).

Parking at the trail head is limited. It is recommended that people carpool together. Rockridge BART station is a convenient pickup location for those who can come by BART. If you would like a ride, or can offer one, please use the carpool link at: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/u6k7ps

Email Maureen if you plan to bring a dog for off-leash hiking.

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Event Organizer:
Maureen Kennedy

Image by Sarah Stierch (CC BY 4.0)