Cabrillo Cruises the Rail Trail
Let’s get away...
... from our screens and into the spring air and kick off Bike Month! Bring your family and friends for a ride, walk or roll along the Rail Trail on Sunday, May, 2 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Wear your Cabrillo face covering or shirt or put a sign on your wheels or helmet so that we can enjoy connecting. The Cabrillo community will be joining the larger community enjoying the fruits of this expanding vision.
View the Rail Trail route, endpoints where there will be parking, connections to other adventures, and information about the expanding Rail Trail vision and how it will improve our lives.
The trail is pretty much flat and around 1 ⅓ mile one way. So it is perfect for bikes, scooters, skateboards, strollers or even feet with no wheels. That amounts to around a ten-minute ride each way at 8 mph or a 30 min walk at 3 mph. Not long enough? Check out the connections to further adventures at either end. And when you are ready to stop rolling there are many places with food and beverages right on or a few blocks away from the trail.
East End: Neary Lagoon/ La Barranca Park California & Bay in Santa Cruz.
Grassy area and portable restroom available. Information on the Rail Trail Plan and the next segment of car-free trail to extend from this point to the Boardwalk.
West Cliff Drive, The Boardwalk, The Wharf, food and drink via Bay St.
West End of Rail: Trail Natural Bridges Drive
Parking (Along Natural Bridges Drive)
Supporting the Rail Trail Vision, Wilder Ranch Bike Trail, Antonelli Pond, Natural Bridges State Park, Seymour Marine Discovery Center Path, and Westcliff Drive path
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Cabrillo GreenSteps is a college-wide effort to save money and improve our environmental performance. It began as a project of the Cabrillo College Climate Initiative Task Force, with the support of the student Sustainability Council and is now maintained by the Sustainability and Climate Planning Committee. The goal is to provide information and a point of connection with the wide range of diverse efforts working to make our campus and community more sustainable.