This inaugural hike will provide an enjoyable experience for everyone. Choose between the challenging 5.1-mile Towsley Canyon Loop Trail with its panoramic views of the Santa Clarita Valley or the scenic rolling hills of the shorter 1.6-mile Elder Loop along the stunning trails at Rivendale Park and Open Space in Santa Clarita, California.
Make a difference! Have a great experience while supporting a worthwhile cause.
Funds raised will benefit the Santa Clarita Sister Cities’ Local-to-Global programs that support the Sister Cities International’s mission “to promote peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation – one individual, one community at a time.” Help us:
- Expand youth, educational and cultural international exchanges
- Promote global engagement through global collaborative projects such as the installation of libraries in schools in Nicaragua, providing school desks for children in Sariaya, Philippines, providing medical cabinets in schools in Tena, Ecuador
- Foster international awareness through the Sister Cities Young Artists/Authors Showcase
Sunday, March 15, 2020 (Rain or Shine!)
Rivendale Park and Open Space/Ed Davis Park at Towsley Canyon
24335 The Old Road, Santa Clarita, CA 91321
6:30 a.m. – 7:45 a.m. Check-In and Shirt Pick-up
6:30 a.m. – 7:45 a.m. On-Site Registration
7:30 a.m. – Zumba Warm-Up/Yoga Stretch
8:00 a.m. HIKE START TIME
• Finisher certificate
• Summit photo zone
• Zumba warm-up/Yoga stretch prior to hike
• Awesome and Fun Hike Experience!
~ All participants are encouraged to bring reusable water bottles. Water refilling stations will be available.
~ No strollers or dogs are allowed on the trail.
FEES per PARTICIPANT (Kids 10 and under may enjoy the hike and pancake breakfast for FREE)
|Towsley Hike (5.1 miles)||Elder Hike (1.6 miles)|
|March 2, 2020||$30||$30|
Photography by Linda Burrows
CONNECT GLOBALLY. THRIVE LOCALLY.
Santa Clarita Sister Cities is a proud member of Sister Cities International, a non-profit citizen diplomacy network founded by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956 to create and strengthen partnerships between the United States and international communities. This network unites tens of thousands of world-wide citizen diplomats and volunteers in an effort to increase global cooperation at the municipal level, promote cultural understanding, and stimulate economic development. The City of Santa Clarita has two Sister Cities — Tena, Ecuador and Sariaya, Philippines.
The Santa Clarita Valley International Program (SCVIP) is the umbrella organization that oversees the Santa Clarita Sister Cities Program, international outreach projects, local educational programs, and collaborations with other local non-profit organizations, colleges, high school, middle school, and elementary schools. SCVIP has a variety of projects, programs, events, and learning opportunities for community members of all backgrounds, ages, interests, and skill sets.