Auburn Hiking Event
Auburn Hiking Event
I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn personal injury lawyer. Hiking in Auburn during the month of April is something everyone should experience. It’s simply gorgeous out here this time of year. One place that you might want to go hike is Lake Clementine’s Oest Ranch. So go grab your special somebody — and come on — let’s go!
Lake Clementine is conveniently located just two miles from Auburn, California
What: Auburn Hiking Event for Members Only
Where: Oest Ranch – Lake Clementine
When: Saturday, April 9, 2016 at 9:00 a.m.
Why: Let me count the reasons. For starters it is good for your overall health. Secondly, the docents will give you a delightful history and tour around this historic ranch owned by Daryl Oest, a 4th generation rancher. Breathing the morning crisp air and meandering around this lovely private reserve will surely relieve tension and lift your spirits.
The hike is about 3 to 5 miles in length and may take approximately 3.5 hours from start to finish.
So what are you waiting for? Visit the event website: www.placerlandtrust.org.
For further details call Janet Voris at: 530-887-9222.
Learn More About The Oest Family and Placer Land Trust by way of this Youtube video:
What if I am not a Member?
If you are not a member that is quite alright. You still have time to become a member. Click here to join. It’s only $35 per year. You will have the added peace of mind that comes from knowing that you are supporting a historic preserve that brings much peace, joy and serenity to lots of folks each year — including you and your special somebody!
How do I get to Lake Clementine?
Lake Clementine is nestled right off the Auburn/Foresthill Road exit. It is only two miles from Auburn. From Interstate 80 in Auburn, take off at Foresthill. Drive about 2.5 miles on Foresthill Road. Make a left onto Lake Clementine Road. Proceed down Lake Clementine Road until you come to the boat dock (about 2 miles). Lake Clementine Road is narrow. You may be sharing the road with cars and trucks towing boats on trailers. Watch out for bicyclists. Please use caution and obey the posted 15 mph speed limit. Finally, have fun and let me know how you rate this hike. You can send me a message on this link: www.autoaccident.com
Auburn Pedestrian Accident Lawyer and Personal Injury Attorney
I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn Personal Injury Lawyer. If you or someone you love has been badly injured due to no fault of your own please give me a call at 916-921-6400 or (800) 404-5400, for free, friendly advice. I have been assisting folks recover compensation for their personal injuries they have sustained in car accidents and pedestrian accidents for over three decades.
View my excellent track record of success on my past verdicts and settlements page.
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