POST's 2023 Hiking Calendar

Find the Best Hike for Every Month of the Year

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Start the new year off right by heading outdoors for a hike. Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) curated a (complimentary) 2023 hiking calendar that provides all the inspiration you’ll need!

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It features some of the very best trails to do each month, including hikes with wildflowers, waterfalls, and wildlife—wow! Check out the calendar and view all kinds of beautiful photos and helpful hiking ideas from the organization dedicated to nature.

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Since 1977, POST has worked hard to safeguard over 82,000 acres of open spaces on the Peninsula and in the South Bay. The calendar has details like mileage, difficulty level, and bonuses, such as when coho spawn, and where to spot monarch butterflies. Discover the best redwood hikes, beach walks, and where to hike to a historic cabin. POST’s 2023 Hiking Calendar will keep you motivated all year long!

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