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Get Healthy With Your Family on Mt. Tamalpais



Bring the family to Mt. Tam for a leisurely and scenic hike this weekend. As part of the Healthy Parks, Healthy People program of the California State Parks, this free family hike will get you out in nature, together as a family. Enjoy the scenery on this easy guided hike, ideal for beginners.

The hike will take approximately 90 minutes, and healthy treats and warm beverages are provided after the walk. Hikers are advised to wear comfortable shoes or hiking boots and dress for the weather – bring a jacket and hat and sunscreen if needed. Bathrooms and water fountains are on-site at Pantoll.

If You Go:

February 7 at 9:05 a.m.

Meet at the Kiosk in the Pantoll parking lot on Mt. Tam in Mill Valley

Parking is available for $8

Suggested to carpool or take the bus to the park.

Free – All ages welcome

parksconservancy.org


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