Bill & Dave Hikes
September 13, 2014
On Saturday September 13, 2014, meet Bill and Dave in the main parking lot of Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. Please arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt 9:00 departure. We will hike to the top of Bald Mountain and then beyond to the rarely visited old red barn. This barn and a cabin foundation are all that remain of the Hurd family ranch; homesteaders in the early 1900’s. The cabin was used as a hunting club in the 1940’s and 50’s and burned down in the 60’s. See stunning views of both the Napa and Sonoma Valleys as well as the entire Bay Area. This strenuous hike has a total elevation gain of 2200 feet, covers 9.5 miles, and takes approximately 6 hours round trip. Wear sturdy hiking shoes and layered clothing and bring a lunch and plenty of liquids. Please consider carpooling and note that there is an $ 8 parking fee at Sugarloaf Ridge . This hike is co-sponsored by The Valley of the Moon Natural History Association and Team Sugarloaf. For more information, call Dave Chalk at 539-8847, Bill Myers at 833-4128, or check us out at www.billanddavehikes.com.
October 11, 2014
Hike the Hood
On Saturday October 11, join “Bill and Dave Hikes” as we hike on the Johnson Ridge Trail at Hood Mtn Regional Park. Please meet at 8:45 AM for a prompt 9:00AM departure (location and directions are below.) Our plans are to hike from just north of Hwy 12 up to the Hood Mtn Trail, cross over to the Hood Mtn summit, enjoy Gunsight Rock for lunch and return. This is a very strenuous hike of 11 miles with an elevation gain of 2400 feet and will last approximately 6 hours. Plan to wear layered clothing and sturdy hiking shoes. Bring a lunch and plenty of liquids and remember we hike rain or shine. DIRECTIONS: Turn north off of Hwy 12 at Pythian Rd. Angle left onto Rancho Los Guilicos Rd, and then park at the first parking lot on the right. For more information contact Bill Myers at 833-6288 or Dave Chalk at 539-8847 or check us out at www.billanddavehikes.com Our hikes are sponsored by the Valley of the Moon Natural History Association, Team Sugarloaf, and Sonoma County Regional Parks.