Sugarloaf Brunch on Bald Mountain--CANCELED
RAINED OUT. We will keep you updated.
Calling all hikers (and non-hikers, too)!
Sonoma Valley's signature mountaintop is a must-do for avid hikers, but now non-hikers can enjoy the view in good company, too while supporting our beloved park!
Join us on Saturday, March 17 , 2018 as Bill & Dave Hikes and Sonoma Ecology Center present our Annual Brunch on Bald Mountain benefit to support Team Sugarloaf!
Enjoy the strenuous hike, led by Bill & Dave Hikes, to the top of Bald Mountain along the trails. Not up for the climb? Take the easy road! Team Sugarloaf partners will be happy to chauffeur you to the top! This is a rare opportunity to enjoy this peak experience, as vehicles are not normally permitted.
Whether you choose to hike or ride, upon arrival at the top, you will be treated to brunch snacks and incredible 360-degree views.
Enjoy the morning air, incredible views, a tasty meal, and, more importantly a fun, easy way to support this Sonoma County treasure!
This special event is by reservation only.
Proceeds support Team Sugarloaf's operation and maintenance of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.
$35 per adult
$10 per child, age 10-17
*Fee for non-hiker-Optional Ride: $60 per person (includes brunch snacks)
*Due to difficulty of climb, hike is not recommended for small children or those not accustomed to hiking. Children age 9 and under are required to ride with accompanying paid adult. Children age 9 and under are free.
HIKERS: Plan to arrive at the end of the road with your reservation confirmation around 9:15 a.m. Hike will begin promptly at 9:30 a.m.
RIDERS: Plan to arrive at the end of the road at 9:45 a.m. Rides will be begin approximately 10:00 a.m.
The total distance of this difficult hike is 6.5 miles round-trip and the elevation gain is 1500 feet. The return trip is all downhill. Depending on trail conditions, the hike may be via the road, rather than the trail.
To be prepared, as well as eco-conscious, please bring the following:
Unbreakable mug or cup
Wear sturdy hiking shoes and layered clothing. You may want to bring binoculars and/or a camera. Hikers will return to the parking lot at approximately 1:00 p.m. Riders will return at approximately 12:30 pm.
Please note: Rain date March 24th.
Thank You to our Brunch on Bald Mtn. Sponsors!
(Your business name here....!)
ABOUT SUGARLOAF RIDGE STATE PARK / TEAM SUGARLOAF:
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park was among the 70 state parks slated for closure on July 1, 2012. Thanks to Team Sugarloaf, a collaboration of five partner organizations led by Sonoma Ecology Center, the park and all park services including hiking, picnicking, camping and the Robert Ferguson Observatory are open and accessible to the public.
Dedicated volunteers from Valley of the Moon Observatory, Valley of the Moon Natural History Association, United Camps Conferences and Retreats, Sonoma County Trails Council and Sonoma Ecology Center comprise Team Sugarloaf, which will operate and maintain Sugarloaf Ridge for the next five years ensuring public access to its trails, campgrounds and incredible vistas. Our partners at State Parks support the park with natural resource and cultural resource management.
Operation of the park is made possible by the generous support of our community.
To support Team Sugarloaf and its operation of Sugarloaf Ridge, please visit www.sonomaecologycenter.org/donate
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park (View)
2605 Adobe Canyon Road
Kenwood, CA 95452
|Minimum Age: 10|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|