FREE to all members, and non members.
Let's navigate through a fun maze of giant granite boulders and dare to stand together on the famous Potato Chip Rock to capture an insta-moment to share.
Mount Woodson gains 2,000 feet in about 3.3 miles, which is a considerable amount of elevation for such a short distance, so it will be a heart-pounding challenge. But we will take our time, we won't leave anybody behind, and we'll enjoy the view with a tasty granola bar after we've made it to the top. After all, this is about enjoying the outdoors, having a good conversation, and connecting with fellow creatives.
1. Sign up here: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Meet us on Saturday morning, November 12, at 8 a.m. in the Lake Poway parking lot. Parking is $5 so bring cash. And look for the AIGA sign!
(See detailed directions below)
Mount Woodson trailhead
Lake Poway Concession
14644 Lake Poway Road
Poway, CA 92064
3. Please wear good shoes, bring water and a snack, and remember that you hike on your own risk. Leashed dogs are allowed. Note: Bring your inhaler if you are asthma-proned!
4. Parking is limited and requires a fee of $5, so we encourage carpooling. If you are interested, email email@example.com and let us know where you will be coming from and we'll hook you up with other drivers.
From San Diego:
Take the I-15 north and exit at Twin Peaks Road, turning right. Follow Twin Peaks to Espola Road and make a left. Just past Poway High School make a right into the Lake Poway parking lot and concession area. Park near the concession stand after paying the fee.
From North County:
Take the I-15 south and exit at Rancho Bernardo Rd, turning left off of the freeway. Rancho Bernardo becomes Espola Road, which will bend to the right. Just past Blue Sky Ecological Reserve take the left turn into the Lake Poway parking lot and concession area. Park near the concession stand after paying the fee.
Detailed driving directions »
Call us if you have problems finding us or run behind: 619.961.5765
See you on the trail!
Petra (Membership Director) and your AIGA Board Members