Wildflowers of Healdsburg: Fitch Mountain Preserve April 5th, 2017
Wildflowers of Healdsburg
Fitch Mountain Preserve
April 5th, 9am-12:30pm
Leader: Biologist Kate Symonds and LP Staff Heather Knoll
Registration is required. Scroll down to register.
We'll join Biologist Kate Symonds of the Fitch Mountain Association for a walk through the woods of Fitch Mountain to enjoy the arrival of spring wildflowers! We'll be hiking to the top of the mountain enjoying the vistas and flowers along the way. Moderate to steep terrain, approx. 3 miles.
When: We'll meet at 9 AM on April 5th. Thanks for your promptness! We plan to return to our cars no later than 12:30 PM.
Where: Fitch Mountain Preserve. Meet at the parking lot for the Villa Chanticleer Dog Park. 908 Chanticleer Way, Healdsburg, CA 95448.
What if it's raining? We will proceed in a light rain.
In the event of heavy rain or wind
please call LandPaths at
707-544-7284 (then press 1) after 7:30 AM on the morning of the hike. If
plans for the day have been changed, we’ll leave a special outgoing
message. Otherwise, the event will proceed as planned.
From Highway 101,
Take the Dry Creek exit and go east.
Turn Right (north) on Healdsburg Avenue.
Turn Left (east) onto Powell
Turn Right at Chanticleer Way (There is a large Villa Chanticleer sign)
Make the 1st left at the "Playground and Parking" sign.
Park on right side of parking lot
What to bring
Water bottle, lunch/snacks, sturdy shoes or boots, weather appropriate clothing in layers, hiking poles, camera, your favorite wildflower guide, & binocs if you wish.
You will be asked to sign a liability waiver.
There is a port-o-potty
We plan to stay together as a group & leave together as a group.
We ask that you leave dogs at home.
THANK YOU for considering a donation to LandPaths, the nonprofit chosen by Sonoma Ag and Open Space, State Senator Mike McGuire and, the City of Healdsburg as the one and only partner to help transition a
protected-forever Fitch Mountain into a community resource for connecting with
nature by stepping in to own the property for its first three years AND help the community become stewards of their own back yard.
Donations from the community towards LandPaths, one of our cherished, local nonprofits since 1996, go towards stewarding this land, connecting school children and others not traditionally served by access to open space -- and doing that not only on Fitch Mountain, but properties throughout Sonoma County.
Fitch Mountain Preserve: Villa Entrance, 908 Chanticleer Way
Healdsburg, CA, 95448