Limited Mobility Accessible Nature Tour

Limited Mobility Accessible Eaton Canyon Nature Tour: In this tour sponsored by the Sierra Club, we will explore the summer-flowering plants of Southern California along established, accessible trails in Eaton Canyon Natural Area and Park. This outing, of 1.5 to 2 hours, is designed for people with limited mobility and their companions. The leader uses a motorized scooter. On this tour of approximately 1 mile, we will examine how summer-blooming plants adapt to heat and recover from fire.

We will meet at 9:15 am on the patio of Eaton Canyon Nature Center, 1750 N. Altadena Drive, Pasadena. The patio is accessible just inside the entrance to the Nature Center.

Explore the Center's educational resources; also note that there are handicap-accessible bathrooms inside. Bring a hat, water, and a bag lunch if you wish to picnic at the end of the walk. Dress in layers, paying attention to the weather forecast. Rain cancels.

Hike limited to 15 participants; please sign up with leader Laura Hoopes.
Leaders: Laura Hoopes lhoopes@pomona.edu, 909-228-8055 and Carole Scurlock.