Bike the Watershed 4
The Gallinas Watershed Council held our fourth annual bike ride through the watershed on August 16, 2014.
Our 4th Annual GWC “BIKE THE WATERSHED” Bicycle Tour took place in North San Rafael near McInnis Park.
We started and ended up at McInnis Park at the Mt. Tam Picnic Area.
After the ride there was a picnic and we talked about what we saw and learned on our ride.
BIKE THE WATERSHED is a FREE event.
Donations of $5 or more are appreciated.
This is an fun educational ride for all ages. Along the way we will stop at a few locations to discuss the watershed and its inhabitants.
When Sat, August 16, 2014
Bike Ride 10 am – 1 pm
Picnic 1 pm
Start and end up at McInnis Park at the Mt. Tam Picnic Area. Bike to LGVSD ponds.
Starting at the Mt. Tam Picnic Area we head around the baseball field, bike down Smith Ranch Road until we get to the intersection near AAA.
There we turn South and head back along the multi-use trail that hugs the North Fork of Gallinas Creek
Back at the entrance to McInnis we head North along the SMART train tracks and follow the road around McInnis Park to the LGVSD offices.
We ride once around the LGVSD ponds and back to our picnic area for a small BBQ lunch.
1) 1/4 way around Baseball field – North Fork Gallinas Creek.
2) Spot along Multi-use Patch where GWC cleaned up a truck
3) Spot along Multi-use bike path where we can see the Airport
4) SMART Tracks
5) Future home of Wildcare (former Juvenile Hall)
6) LGVSD Parking Lot
7) LGVSD Solar Panel Array
8) LGVSD Ponds
Travel down memory lane:
Watch this video of our 1st Annual Gallinas Watershed Bike Tour