Historical Hike and Ride at Cavallo Point, Jan 20

Historical Hike and Ride at Cavallo Point, Jan 20

90.00

Enjoy a 90 minute hike with a local oral historian, Debra Schwartz, around Cavallo Point and Fort Baker. Learn how the Bay was formed, the first ship to enter the Bay and some military history. Then board Tideline at Travis Marina for a trip under the Golden Gate and past the headlands and along the SF Waterfront. Herrings are spawning late January, so this is also a great opportunity to see some amazing marine life.

Itinerary for Marin:

Arrive to Cavallo Point /Travis Marina at 9:30am and depart for a cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge, Headlands and SF Waterfront

Return to Cavallo Point/Travis Marina at 11:00 for a historical hike.

Arrive back to Cavallo Point at 12:30pm

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Arrive to Cavallo Point /Travis Marina at 12:30pm and depart for a cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge, Headlands and SF Waterfront

Return to Cavallo Point/Travis Marina at 1:00pm for a historical hike.

Arrive back to Cavallo Point at 2:30pm

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Itinerary for San Francisco

Boat departs SF at 9:00am

Boat arrives at Cavallo Point/ Travis Marina at 9:30am

The historical hike begins at 9:30am and returns to Travis Marina at 11:00am

Return to Travis Marina for an 11:00am boat departure under the Golden Gate

Arrive back to SF at 11:45am

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Boat departs SF at 11:45am

Boat arrives at Cavallo Point/ Travis Marina at 12:15pm

The historical hike begins at 12:30pm and returns to Travis Marina at 1:00pm

Return to Travis Marina for a 1:00pm boat departure under the Golden Gate

Arrive back to SF at 1:45pm

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Debra Schwartz’s San Francisco family roots go back to the mid 1800s. She’s a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in Native American Studies. She’s an oral historian and host of the Mill Valley Historical Society’s “First Wednesday Speaker Series” held at the Mill Valley Public Library. She’s also founder and lead guide of Tam Hiking Tours, a guided hiking service that includes historical and natural information in combination with breath-taking hikes on Mt Tamalpais and surrounding areas.