New weekend adventures have arrived at Wind Wolves Preserve! The preserve is an ecologically unique region where the Transverse Ranges, Coast Ranges, Sierra Nevada, western Mojave Desert and San Joaquin Valley converge. Due to elevation ranging from 640 to 6,005 feet, the preserve has an impressive array of landforms and habitats that serve as a critical landscape linkage and wildlife corridor between the Coast Ranges and Sierra Nevada. At 93,000 acres, Wind Wolves is the west coast’s largest non-profit preserve. An important conservation outcome of TWC’s ownership is that TWC led a Tejon Ranch Working Group of conservation organizations that resulted in a plan to double the target amount of conserved land on the neighboring Tejon Ranch to over 230,000 acres.

At Wind Wolves, The Wildlands Conservancy offers free outdoor education programs in which over 153,000 children have participated. The Wind Wolves Preserve is open to the public daily from 8 am to 5 pm for hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking. Tent camping is available by advanced reservation. There are seasonal wildflower and wildlife viewing tours by vehicles.

So if you and your family are interested in taking a night hike, sunset walk, or join the outdoor survival preparedness day, click here to see what dates work for you and sign up! Happy Trails!