Event Details

Location: Mill Valley, CA


24 Feb 2018
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Pantoll Ranger Station 3801 Panoramic Highway, Mill Valley, CA

Register at http://www.cornellnorcal.com/event-2806788/Registration.

•  Member – $5.00   
•  Non-Member – $5.00   

Cornell NorCal Outdoor events: Mt. Tam Pantoll Ranger Trail Hike to Stinson Beach

Don’t miss the opportunity to hike Mount Tamalpais’ Pantoll Ranger Trail with Cornell University alumni and friends.  You’ll be treated to incredible views of the ocean, towering redwood trees, and a lush canyon filled with an abundance of local flora and fauna.

Join Cornell University alumni and friends for an exhilarating hike of the Pantoll Ranger Trail – starting in Mt Tam and ending on the sands of Stinson Beach.

We’ll meet at Pantoll Ranger’s Station, the trailhead is directly next to the parking lot.  The entire group will follow the path alongside Web Creek as we descend down Mt. Tam.  Enjoy views of majestic Redwoods and local flowers.  Web Creek’s waters have etched a unique trail deep into the landscape over millennia – which includes several lush creekside bank views.

Near the end of the trail, we’ll diverge along the Dipsea trail and head directly onto Stinson beach.  The organizers will then ferry the group back to the trailhead – after which the entire team will have the option to join us for a meal in downtown Stinson Beach

Date:  Saturday, Feb 16, 2018 at 1:00PM.  Please arrive 20 minutes early.

Location:  Meet at Pan Toll Ranger Station (https://goo.gl/maps/B3WQC) off Panoramic Highway in Mill Valley.  Exact Address: Pantoll Ranger Station 3801 Panoramic Highway Mill Valley, CA 94941. The trailhead is directly next to the parking lot ($6 fee).  Note – this is a one-way trail, so if you would like to volunteer to ferry hikers back to the trailhead at the end of the hike please contact Anthony Asta.

Trail Length: About 2000 feet of elevation change, about 3.5 miles – with an optional side trip.

Post Hike Meal: We will announce the restaurant location (in Stinson Beach) via email the night before the hike.

Special Notes:  Wear RED so we can easily keep the group together.  Make sure you dress in layers, since it can be quite cool on the trail.

Cost:  $5
Event Tickets: Click above to purchase tickets!

For more information, please contact:
Anthony Asta
Cornell University Alumni Association of NorCal
Director of Outdoor Activities
Ph: 607-339-1557

Pamela Morris
Cornell University Alumni Association of NorCal
Director of Events

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