Pooches on the Paths: Remarkable Rock Revelations for Pups and People

Posted on Jun 26, 2017

Pooches on the Paths: Remarkable Rock Revelations Pups and People

 Saturday, August 5 @ 10 a.m.

Leaders: Wally and Figgy

Start: Dorothy Bolte Park (540 Spruce Street)

We nominate this quarter’s installment of our Pooches on the Paths: All-the-Parks-in-Berkeley series for the Rock ‘n Stroll Hall of Fame. On this nearly three-mile route through the Cragmont section of North Berkeley, we’ll visit two of Berkeley’s lesser-known rock parks, Remillard and Cragmont, and see some of the creative ways neighbors have incorporated indigenous rocks into their landscaping and house facades. Of course, this walk would not be complete without a hike up – yes, you guessed it! Rock Walk. Expect some hills and stairs, but your reward will be spectacular views, charming canopied paths, and storybook cottages. The pace will be leisurely and, dog or no dog, all are welcome.