Experience the harmony of music and nature in this one-of-a-kind event led by Jack Hines, soundscape ecologist at Ear to the Wild and Sonoma Ecology Center’s GIS Specialist. Starting at the White Barn, we’ll venture on the Meadow Trail up to the wooden bridge. We’ll have multiple stops to enjoy the reverie of sounds, from the cacophony of the jays to the rhythmic pounding of the woodpeckers.
Tickets are $10 for general audiences, $5 for students, youth (12-17 year olds), Sugarloaf members, Sugarloaf volunteers, and free for children ages 7-12. All minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. This event is not recommended for children under 7 years old. Meet at the White Barn. Bring at least a quart of water, layers, comfortable shoes, and if you desire, a camp chair to sit on. Parking fees apply.
Ease of access: Although not ADA-compliant, Meadow Trail is a flat fireroad of approximately 1.4 miles from the trailhead to the bridge. Wheelchairs with off-road capability wheels can easily traverse this loose dirt and compact gravel trail. There is van-designated accessible parking at the White Barn, as well as an accessible porta-potty. Recumbent bicycles are welcome!
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