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Course Description

Join Geology expert Phil Stoffer as he leads you on a beautiful coastal hike, while you learn about the formation of local landscapes, coastal and stream erosion, water resources and habitats. In order to fully enjoy this class, students must be physically capable of hiking long distances on potentially rugged trails with several hundred feet of elevation gains. Experience the natural beauty, a variety of birds and sounds all while soaking in ocean views. Meet at the South Beach entrance and parking station on Torrey Pines Road. The hike will proceed up the park road to the Visitor Center. The location to meet shown: https://gotbooks.miracosta.edu/fieldtrips/images/torrey_pines.jpg

Supplies: Students will need good footwear for hiking 3–4 miles on beaches and mountain trails. Students will need a backpack and a notebook (for taking notes), water, sunscreen, snacks, etc. Everyone should have a cell phone. Students will need to provide their own transportation. Parking is free to registered students. The link to print field trip packets will be included in the registration receipt.

 

Notes

Torrey Pines

12600 N Torrey Pines Rd, La Jolla, CA 92037

Hike starts at the park entrance and up (about 3 miles total).

Sat, 7/16, 9 AM–1 PM

Activity Level: Moderate

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Section Title
Natural History Hikes-Coastal Geology Walk at Torrey Pines
Type
Class
Days
Sa
Time
9:00AM to 1:00PM
Dates
Jul 16, 2022
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
4.0
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
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Section Notes

Supplies: Students will need good footwear for hiking 3–4 miles on beaches and mountain trails. Students will need a backpack and a notebook (for taking notes), water, sunscreen, snacks, etc. Everyone should have a cell phone. Students will need to provide their own transportation. Parking is free to registered students. The link to print field trip packets will be included in the registration receipt.

Torrey Pines

12600 N Torrey Pines Rd, La Jolla, CA 92037

Hike starts at the park entrance and up (about 3 miles total).

Sat, 7/16, 9 AM–1 PM

Activity Level: Moderate

Parking is free

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