September 2019 Schedule
The hikes average around 4 easy miles. Bring water, a snack, and dress for the weather. Hikes start at 8am sharp and usually end by noon.
- September 7: Hamilton Bend. A pleasant walk near the river through a portion of the Oroville Wildlife area. Discover the now-secluded remains of a town site that was once the Butte County seat! An old historical monument salutes its formerly significant presence. Reflect upon the impact of gold dredging as you walk.
- September 14: Dead Cow Trail. Access the high point of the Potter Ravines Rec area with a gradual climb that will get your heart pounding.
- September 21: Hike Leader's Day Off. No hike scheduled
- September 28: Ban Beebe Trail. Start at the tall green landmark locally known as the "burp tube" and then make your way west looking down on the flat mirror-like waters of the Diversion pool below the dam. With a downhill start, prepare for a challenging up-hill return.