Join us for a fun day on the water. We will be fishing for rock cod on the Huli Cat (www.hulicat.com) off the San Mateo Coast. You will start the day with a gorgeous view of the sunrise as we head to the fishing ground. No fishing experience is necessary. Rock cod fishing is easy and you will catch fish! Your trip cost of $95 will include fishing rod and reel (see flyer for other costs). Space is limited, so sign up early.
Kayak over the San Andreas Fault on Tomales Bay, passing from the North American to the Pacific Plate. Camp overnight at a boat-in only campsite in Pt. Reyes National Seashore’s Tule Elk Range and practice Leave No Trace camping. Next day, paddle back to the cars and return home by mid-afternoon on Saturday.
One for the bucket list. From the peaks of the Santa Cruz mountains to the Pacific ocean, we will be hiking through oak woodlands, meadows, and old-growth redwood forests of two State Parks, Castle Rock and Big Basin. Starting at Castle Rock park, we will hike to Waterman Gap to camp for the night under the redwoods. We will trek the next day to Big Basin. Finally, we will make our way down to the ocean, ending up at Waddell beach. The trip will be completed over 3 days and two nights (PAUSD has no school on Friday, Oct 10). Sign up due date is Monday, October 6. No more sign ups after October 6.