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Onion Ridge Wildflower Walk with Ann Reisenauer

Sunday, June 26, 2022, 9:00 AM until 11:30 AM
Beacon and Soda Springs Rd.

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Ann Reisenauer
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Join the SLPOA Wildflower Hike at Onion Ridge
Sunday June 26, 9 – 11:30 am
Meet at the intersection of Beacon and Soda Springs Roads

The wildflowers on Onion Ridge are at their peak! Join Ann Reisenauer and Gale Rankin on a 3-mile round trip hike to Onion Ridge (aka Forest Service Ridge). You’ll walk through a meadow filled with Mule’s ears, then climb a short but very steep pitch to get to the top of the ridge. We’ll take it slow.

You’ll see a variety of flowers on the ridge including pink star onion, red paintbrush, sulfur buckwheat and blue larkspur. Bring your camera, water, bug spray and a hat. Wear sturdy shoes for climbing to the ridge. The hike is not suitable for young children.

To help you identify the flowers, you’ll get a free copy of the Donner Summit Wildflower Guide (thanks to Linda Cashion, George Lamson and SLPOA).