The Santa Clarita City Council is inviting residents to register for the inaugural Santa Clarita Sister Cities Charity Hike, which is set to take place next month, officials said Tuesday.
There are set to be two different hikes at the Rivendale Park and Open Space and Ed Davis Park at Towsley Canyon on Sunday, March 15, according to City officials.
Funds raised from the event are set to benefit the Santa Clarita Sister Cities’ Local-to-Global programs and support Sister Cities International’s mission to “promote peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation — one individual, one community at a time,” according to officials.
There are two options for participants for the charity hike, according to City officials.
Attendees can choose the 5.1-mile Towsley Canyon Loop Trail, with its panoramic views of the Santa Clarita Valley, or opt for the scenic, rolling hills of the shorter, 1.6-mile Elder Loop.
In addition to the hike, participants are set to receive free photos on the course, a Zumba warm-up and yoga stretch prior to the hike and a post-hike breakfast provided by Holiday Inn Express & Suites, according to officials.
Kids 10 and under can participate in the hike and breakfast for free.
One official event shirt is set to be provided for each paid registration.
Following the hike, residents can enjoy the finish line celebration and breakfast with their family and friends.
Registration for either course is $25 per person, or $30 after March 1.
Both hikes are scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. on Sunday, March 15, with on-site registration available as early as 6:30 a.m.
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