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Coyote Valley by bike - Oct 21, 2017

34 km Distance
30 m Ascent
30 m Descent

(1 rating)

Explore the Coyote Valley region by bicycle on a flat 21-mile loop. We'll visit the Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve, bike south and then back north across the valley floor, hop on the Coyote Creek Trail at Coyote Creek Golf Drive to the Anderson Lake Visitor Center, bike up to Northern Coyote Valley along the Coyote Creek Trail, and wave as we pass by Spina Farms (it'll be pumpkin season so it'll probably be too busy to stop there for long). Together we'll learn more about the history, wildlife, water, and agricultural story of this area. Bring your bike, a helmet, sun protection, 1-2 liters of water, and a bag lunch. You may want to bring cash or card to buy something at the Spina Farm Stand. Speakers will include Deb Kramer with Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful and our Executive Director Megan Medeiros. Cohosted by Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful, Greenbelt Alliance, and Committee for Green Foothills. Space is limited, RSVP today.


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