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17th annual National Trails Day Comes to Eagle Peak Preserve in San Diego County (Julian) Sat. June 5

This is a beautiful area and, apart from Cedar Creek Falls, much of the area rarely gets visited. I recommend checking it out. From: http://www.sandiegoriver.org/calendar.php (for more information)

06/05 10am National Trails Day -- MEMBER HIKE to Cedar Creek Falls from Saddleback

Contact Sarah at 619-297-7380 or by email for details. This is a free guided hike for River Park Foundation members (may join at the event) to one of San Diego's natural treasures, 80 foot Cedar Creek Falls. Followed by an open house at the River Park Foundation's 500+ acre Eagle Peak Preserve.

Email Sarah to RSVP and for details

06/05 1pm - 3pm Eagle Peak Preserve Nature Hike

The Preserve is open! This is one final opportunity to enjoy the Spring Wildflowers at the Preserve.

A guided hike will leave at 2PM from the middle parking area. Enjoy a hike to Son 2 Peak and down to the ponds. We will stop along the way and learn about some of the flora of the Preserve. After the ponds we will head back to the trailhead. This hike is open to members and non-members. FREE. Total hike length approx. 2.5 miles. Elevation gain = 250 feet. Facilities are very primitive. You are welcome to explore the Preserve on your own.

Location: Eagle Peak Road near mile marker 8

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