North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve Hike

Meet at Chico Park & Ride west lot at 9 am or the North Table Mountain Ecological Reserve Parking Lot on Cherokee Road at 9:45 am. Bring sturdy shoes, hat, sunscreen, water and lunch. Table Mountain is renowned for its spectacular fields of common California annuals such as sky lupine, goldfields and purple owl’s clover, in addition to species less familiar to us such as Douglas’s violet, white meadowfoam, Kellogg’s monkeyfower and bitterroot. There will also be impressive views across the Sacramento Valley. We will take our time exploring the northern portion of the Reserve on a rugged 4+ mile hike to Coal Canyon and Phantom Falls. This will be a joint field trip with Marin Chapter CNPS. Another will be scheduled for Sunday April 21 for a burned area. Watch for information on Mount Lassen Chapter website. Call leader Woody at 530-588-2555 for more information. NOTE: The California Department of Fish and Wildlife requires each visitor in the reserve to purchase a Lands Pass for the day. Call 800-585-1458 or print online at

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