Rockville Trails hike

June 30, 2017 - Hiking Pants

Join Solano Land Trust docents for a giveaway guided travel from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday during Rockville Trails Preserve in Fairfield.

Dropbox - 404
Error: 404

File not found

Sorry, that file doesn’t live here anymore. It might have been moved or made private.

Learn about Dropbox

Participants can design an middle to eager pace, hiking 4 to 5 miles adult and down rugged, high and sleazy hills by a oaks and grassland.

Hikers will take a few brief breaks to suffer a views and locate their breath. Enjoy this pleasing open space while removing in shape. Rockville Trails Preserve is usually available by docent-led hikes during this time and allege registration is required.

Register on a events calendar during

There is no celebration water, and there are no bathrooms or parking lots on a premises yet.

Dogs are not available and high glow risk cancels.

Since a safety is differently closed, a entrance and exit embankment will be sealed solely for a start and finish times of a hikes. Meet a guides soon during 8:45 a.m. during a large red “Ice House” building on Suisun Valley Court, nearby a intersection of Rockville Road and Suisun Valley Road, outward of Fairfield.

Be prepared to immediately carpool or train from there to a trailhead.

Bring a trek with copiousness of H2O and lunch. Wear hiking boots or stout closed-toe boots with good tread, and long, stout pants and layered garments that yield insurance from a elements (sun, wind, fog). Hiking sticks, bug repellent, binoculars and a camera are also recommended.

Solano Land Trust’s Rockville Trails Preserve is located along Rockville Road, opposite from a city of Fairfield’s Rockville Hills Regional Park. These healthy areas are adjacent to one another, nonetheless exclusively operated. Both distortion between Green Valley and Suisun Valley, nearby Interstate 80, about half-way between San Francisco and Sacramento.

Solano Land Trust henceforth protects healthy areas, operative farms, and ranchlands in Solano County and connects the village to these lands.

Learn some-more during


More pants ...

› tags: Hiking Pants /