2020 Hiking Calendar

2020 Hiking Calendar by POST

New Year’s Resolution: More hikes on the calendar! And just in time for the New Year, Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) has their 2020 hiking calendar ready for download (no cost). The brand-new calendar gives you the top hikes to do each month in the Peninsula and South Bay.

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Beautifully photographed, the calendar also provides essential trail details including mileage and seasonal highlights, plus reminders about events like supermoons, superb blooms, summer solstice, and meteor showers.

Peninsula Open Space Trust 2020 Hiking Calendar


BONUS:The calendar even suggests other hikes to try (Merry-Go-Round Loop, anyone?) and add-on adventures like visiting the Roaring Camp Railroads. Discover the most beautiful waterfall hike to do in March. Learn what giant redwoods ramble is best on a hot summer day. Get your New Year’s Day hike in the books with the calendar’s January recommendation. Time to hit the trails with POST’s 2020 Hiking Calendar.

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