Wheel to the Sea
Service Project & Hike | Sycamore Canyon |  November 1st 

Intro to Wheel to the Sea
  • "Wheel" is the process of pushing a disabled person in a wheelchair, "to the Sea" is where we're going - through Sycamore Canyon to Sycamore Beach.
  • Join us for this exciting outdoor event that is especially designed to introduce individuals in wheelchairs to the natural environment by traveling dirt trails along Sycamore Canyon stream, including 11 stream crossings, through a designated wilderness area. The naturalist led hike is approximately 5 miles long and begins in the local Santa Monica Mountains and gradually descends to the ocean where we culminate the event with a family style barbecue on the beach.
  • Event is put on by the Wilderness Institute with help from the Kiwanis Club.
Cost For Wheel to the Sea
  • No cost.
General Information about this Camp
  • November 1st, 8 am to approximately 5 pm.
  • Please sign up via Sign Up Genius so we know who's coming.
  • We will meet at the Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa parking lot at 8 am (the nearest parking lot to the trailhead). Then, we will hike to Danielson Ranch for a free breakfast provide by the Kiwanis Club of Northridge.  There we will meet our disabled person(s) and naturalist and begin the hike through the canyon to the sea.
  • Dinner will be provided at the beach courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks.
  • Every Scout must be accompanied by a parent.  Adults are required to help with the wheelchair.
  • Bring lots of water!
  • Bring snacks and a sack lunch.
  • Siblings are welcome as long as they can make the hike...probably not appropriate for the little ones.
  • We will need to coordinate our ride back to Rancho Sierra Vista from the beach...stay tuned.
  • Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa (http://www.lamountains.com/parks.asp?parkid=90)
    • Lynn Road to Via Goleta, Newbury Park



 
Parent Action Items
  • Sign up using the Sign Up Genius.
  • Volunteer your big car to help shuttle back to Rancho Sierra Vista.
  • Be there or be square!