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SOLD OUT: Cornell NorCal Outdoors: Mori Point Coastal Trail Hike with Columbia Alum

  • 30 Jan 2016
  • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • 776 Bradford Way, Pacifica, CA 94044


  • 1 ticket for Hike

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Join alumni from Columbia University for a hike of Mori Point. Well-known for its spectacular views of the San Mateo Coast, Mori Point is also a place of historical significance. For nearly a century, the coast area served as a haven for settlers, travelers, infamous boot-leggers and diners. The history of this region traces its roots to the Mori family that immigrated from Italy in the 1870s.

We will hike the full loop around the perimeter of Mori Point and part of the Mori Ridge Trail. You’ll enjoy views of the San Mateo coastline, marine mammal life (perhaps migrating gray whales), and rare endangered species such as the San Francisco garter snake and the red-legged frog. The group will also hike the Bootlegger’s Steps (and learn about the infamous history of this section of the pacific coast).

Trailhead Location: There is plenty of street parking where Mori Point Road meets Bradford Way. The group will gather nearby in the parking lot for the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge (776 Bradford Way, Pacifica, CA 94044).

Date: Saturday, Jan 30, 2016

Time: 1:00PM (please arrive 15 minutes early)

Trail Length: approximately 3-4 miles on a partially paved trail with 500 feet of vertical elevation change.

Post Hike Meal: Join the group for an early dinner at nearby Rockaway Beach following the hike. Details to be distributed via email to all registered participants.

Special Notes: Wear RED so we can easily keep the group together. Dress in layers - the San Mateo Coast can be cold during the winter months.

Cost: $2 for members

Event Tickets: Click above to purchase tickets!

For more information, please contact:

Anthony Asta

Cornell Alumni Association of Northern California

Director of Outdoor Activities

Ph: 607-339-1557

Jennifer S. Fong

Columbia University Alumni of Northern California
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