Grab your hiking poles and join George, Friends volunteer docent, on the Frank Bogert Trail. This urban hike begins with a few rolling hills, a steep ascent with some switchbacks and levels out as you near the Whitehorse intersection. Once you reach the top, there are sweeping vistas of the Coachella Valley, Mount San Jacinto, the Santa Rosa mountains, and Little San Bernadino mountains. Along the way you will learn about the National Monument, some of the colorful local history of Palm Springs. This 3.5-mile hike is rated strenuous with an elevation gain of 700 feet. Sorry no dogs are allowed
Due to public health regulations, we suggest you wear a mask and practice social distancing. Must wear a mask at the trailhead.
RSVP is required and you must bring your ticket with you for check-in at 8:45 AM. Ticket reservations begin 14 days prior to the event.
A suggested tax-deductible donation of $5.00 per person is appreciated and encouraged to support our volunteer programs.
For more information call: 760-568-9918.
Sponsored by Friends of the Desert Mountains. Visit our website at www.DesertMountains.org
RSVP by clicking Event Link or go to: https://www.desertmountains.org/calendar/bogert3-22
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