Free Spring Wildflower Hikes 2024

Join Friends of Edgewood in March, April, and May for one of our free springtime wildflower hikes. Expert volunteer docents will help you explore Edgewood Natural Preserve’s serpentine grasslands and oak woodlands. Edgewood is known for profuse spring wildflowers and rich biodiversity. You might see dozens of species of flowers in a single day! Our hikes vary according to what’s in bloom.

Hikes cover about 3 miles and last about 3 hours. The hikes are geared toward adults and older children interested in learning more about San Mateo County’s only natural preserve.

We will also offer some shorter kid-friendly hikes on select weekends. (Note that Edgewood’s many narrow trails cannot accommodate strollers.)

Take a look at some of the many spring wildflowers you are likely to see and learn about how Friends of Edgewood is protecting Edgewood’s extraordinary biodiversity for future generations in this short video.