Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 27, 2020

SF Bay Trail Zoom Presentation 10/28/20

A one-hour Zoom program celebrating the SF Bay Trail and its many wondrous places to visit

Wed, October 28, 2020 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM PDT

About this Event

The San Francisco Bay Trail currently stretches 350 miles and when completed will encompass more than 500. Millions of people live within just a couple miles of the Trail, and many enjoy visiting its nearby parks and other public spaces for hiking, biking and other pursuits. But most are unaware of the wide variety of landscapes and experiences that await them on other sections of the Trail, even many that are nearby.

Bay Trail Confidential! is a monthly Zoom program that spotlights some of the most inviting and spectacular places along its route. We’ll talk about the wildlife you can see and history you’ll learn about along the Trail. Each month’s show will provide specific recommendations and valuable information to help you make the most of this amazing public resource.

The program is hosted by Rodney Paul and Ethel Konopka. Rodney has been a tour guide in San Francisco since 2015 and loves biking the Trail. Ethel is a tour guide in Chinatown and serves on the Board of SF City Guides. We’ll have a guest appearance by Lee Huo, a Trail planner for the Bay Trail Project, the organization that has overseen its development since 1989.

Our goal is to inspire you to visit more of the Trail and better appreciate SF Bay, which is the defining feature of our region. This month we’ll present our very first Bay Trail Confidential. But our plan is to follow it with many more, and we hope you’ll keep coming back for more.


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