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SUN JUN 16 3/T/48 TSR: Calaveras Out and Back from Dublin-Pleasanton BART 
Leader: Adele Madelo     (510) 773-0693
Meet at 9:45 am
Start Location: Dublin-Pleasanton BART South (Pleasanton) Side

RWGPS route here

This out and back to the Calaveras Wall is a little longer than the usual TSR profile. We'll take Foothill going out to Sunol and Pleasanton-Sunol on the return. Please pack enough provisions and water to last up until mile 39, which is the Corner Store. The store has a porta-potty, which we can visit on the way up and back. If you haven't done Calaveras before, note that this route is on the lower end of 3; the hills are gentle unless you want to go down to Felter and climb back up!

Please arrive at 9:45 to do basic introductions. We will leave around 9:55. There is a train arriving at 9:18 and another at 9:38. There are bathrooms at this station and it would be best to arrive early to use them.

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