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Feb
4
Field Trip - Santa Margarita Trail Preserve Hike
By Kayla Boudreau

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In 2018, The Wildlands Conservancy acquired five miles of the oak- and sycamore-shaded Santa Margarita River, one of the last free-flowing wild rivers in Southern California and the southernmost range of steelhead trout. This 1,384-acre water-blessed property is part of the vulnerable South Coast Ecoregion that is recognized as one of the Earth’s 25 global hotspots of threatened biodiversity. For several decades the Fallbrook Trail Council has maintained 18 miles of equestrian and hiking trails on this former water district property. The Fallbrook Trails Council and The Wildlands Conservancy are now partners in maintaining this trail, which was voted the number one trail of the best 50 trails in San Diego County. Visitors are often surprised to see so many broad water impoundments along the river that are the industrious work of the California golden beaver.

We can't wait to see you for this amazing hike!

For all ages though 3-12th recommended.

 

Date
February 04
Time
10:30am - 12:00pm
Location
Santa Margarita Trail Preserve
4251 River Edge Road
Fallbrook, California United States