Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 8, 2022

Dye Creek Preserve Hikes – Guided & Self-Led

With wildflowers in bloom and blue oaks leafing out, spring is the prime season to attend a hike at Dye Creek Preserve — and you are invited! This spring we’re adding a self-paced hike; read on for details.

This season’s guided hikes will be on March 13 (this Sunday!) and Saturday, April 9. During these guided hikes our docents will interpret this land’s natural and cultural histories. These hikes are ideal for first-time visitors to the Preserve and anyone who wants to hike with a group. Each hike will run from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Our 5-mile route will traverse a rocky creek and navigate areas of steep, rugged terrain. Space is limited, so sign up today!

We are also testing a new hike option:  The canyon trail will be open for self-led hiking on Saturday, May 7. You will be free to hike at your own pace without a group. Hike quickly for exercise or go slowly to look for wildlife, meditate, or take in the scenery.

All hikes at the Preserve require advance registration. To reserve your space or ask a question, click the button below. You can also register by calling the Resource Conservation District of Tehama County (RCDTC) at 530-727-1299. The RCDTC is happy to support The Nature Conservancy as a partner in conservation.

 You can learn more about the Preserve here or follow us on Facebook to keep up with future events.

 

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