MALIBU—Senior citizens met on Thursday, December 8 for a morning hike as part of the Silver Fox Walks community group.
From 9:00 to 10:30 a.m., a large group of senior citizens hiked at Point Dume. Those in attendance learned about the history and natural habitat of Malibu from local historian and naturalist guide Suzanne Guldimann.
“Silver Fox Walks offer participants a chance to explore Malibu’s excellent hiking trails, enjoy spectacular mountain views and take in the rich, natural habitats of the Santa Monica Mountains with a fun group, while getting valuable outdoor exercise. Every month, the group will explore a new hiking location in the Malibu area. The two to three-mile hikes are led by an experienced guide and will have an easy to moderate difficulty level. Participants may bring guests of any age, and should bring water, sun protection, and appropriate shoes and clothes” reads an official description for Silver Fox Walks.
All hiking events put on by the senior citizen group are free. For more information about future hikes such as parking, where to meet the group, and to RSVP, call the Malibu Senior Center at (310) 456-2489 ext. 357. The group has hiked Malibu Creek State Park and several other locations within the area in the past.