2023 Wildflower Walks Guide!

2023 Wildflower Walks Guide

Wildflowers on a hill in the South Bay

Take a walk on the wildflower side with the organization who knows the best spots to see spring blooms. Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) has released their (complimentary) 2023 Wildflower Walks guide. This beautifully curated guide to Peninsula and South Bay hikes inspires you to stop and smell the flowers along the 86,000+ acres of open spaces POST has safeguarded since 1977!

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woman walking in wildflowers in the Bay Area

oak tree and wildflowers

display of wildflowers in the Peninsula

You’ll get all the details on hike mileage, difficulty level, and which parts of the hike feature the most impressive blooms. Find walks that combine wildflowers with redwoods, waterfalls, wetlands, and elephant seals! From the favorite California poppy to the seaside daisy, two-eyed violet, and the liveforever, go wildflower with POST this spring!

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hikers in the wildflowers

California poppies

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