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Monterey County Chapter 

Monthly Psych Hike

  • 27 Jan 2024
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Jack’s Peak Park


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Monthly Psych Hike

Saturday, January 27, 10:00 - 12:00 pm (Weather Permitting)

Schedule: Check-in with Amy from 9:50 – 10am

Free to all Chapter members

Psych Hike is a way for MC-CAMFT members to socialize and move our bodies while enjoying the natural beauty of the Monterey Bay area.  

This month's location: Jack's Peak Park

Lower Ridge Trail at Jack’s Peak:  Moderate 4 mile loop. 2 hour duration.  

We will meet in the West parking lot.  Turn right at the gate.  Entrance into Jack’s Peak is now $2 per person. 

Jacks’ Peak Park is a day-use park bordering the City of Monterey, off State Highway 68. The park offers unique venues for outdoor enthusiasts and is home to one of three natural stands of Monterey Pine forests remaining in the United States. There are approximately 8.5 miles of hiking trails, including some designated for equestrian use, winding through cathedral-like forests and rising to breathtaking ridgetop vistas; Jacks’ Peak Park does not allow biking on the trails. A Skyline Self-Guided Nature Trail traverses the summit of Jacks’ Peak and features fossils from the Miocene epoch. Visitors can also enjoy passive activities, including nature study, photography, or picnicking.

Please call Amy if you get lost or are registered and unable to make it. (831) 200-3227

We will be reaching out to all registrants to collect cell phone numbers the day before just in case we run into trail closures or inclement weather and have to adjust or cancel.  

Please review our Psych Hike Activity Guidelines and Legal Waiver before registering. When you register, you’ll receive the link to sign and return your waiver.  Once we have this from you, you will not need to sign it again for future hikes.  

Due to the nature of this event, no CEs are offered.

The Monterey County Chapter of the California Association of Marriage Family Therapists (MC-CAMFT)  is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

P.O. Box 3092, Monterey, CA 93942

Located on Ancestral Native Lands of Rumsen/Ohlone/Esselen Peoples

MC-CAMFT Grievance Policy:  If a grievance regarding CEUs is brought to the attention of the MC-CAMFT Board the board will review it and will vote on the validity of the grievance.  If the grievance is proven valid by the Board a full or partial refund will be given.

ADA Compliance:  All MC-CAMFT luncheons and conferences are held in accessible locations.

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