Lets go get some sun on our faces, breathe some fresh air.
Pogonip Spring Trail Trail head (meet at end of Spring Street) is an easy approx 3 mile hike, mostly level except if we take the lime kiln detour. Interesting to see for a bit of Santa Cruz history. The trail is rocky in some places. Most of the walk is shaded by trees.
Please update your RSVP before 9:00 AM on the day of the hike if your plans change. Three No-Shows and you will be removed from the group. We will hit the trails at 10:15 AM, so please be prompt, or you will be walking by yourself.
Dogs must be licensed, vaccinated and non-aggressive.
I don’t think most of you know this, but Meetup charges a fee to use their website. It comes out of my checking account every 6 months. If you can make a small contribution now and then it would be appreciated.
Looking forward to meeting you at Pogonip. I’d be glad to hear some suggestions about new places to meet and walk with our doggos, or if you would like to host a hike on a different day or a new location, let me know! I would love to have an occasional co-host.
Pogonip trail map (http://www.cityofsantacruz.com/home/showdocument?id=42506)
The organizer, assistant organizers, event organizers and event hosts in this group are not professional guides. The function of the organizer is only to organize the trip. Each person who signs up for a hike is responsible for his or her own safety and the safety of his or her guests. By signing up for a hike, or any other event organized by this group, you are acknowledging that you are aware and have made your guests aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with any outdoor activity and freely accept and fully assume all such risks, dangers and hazards, and further agree to release and discharge the organizer, assistant organizers, event organizers and event hosts of this Meetup group from and against any and all liability arising from your and your guest’s participation in the group activities. Our hike organizers are not responsible for your safety, these are always “Hike at your Own Risk” events.