Walking through stands of big sage surrounded by native bunch grasses, you’ll encounter a native rock buckwheat along with its cousin, snow buckwheat, punctuated by clumps of violet wooly-pod milk vetch, yellow desert parsley and plenty of “salt and pepper” biscuitroots in bloom.
The Candy Mountain Trail has recently been improved as well as a new parking lot at the trailhead. Meet: 10:00 a.m. Candy Mountain Trailhead. Dress appropriate for the weather, bring snacks, and don’t forget your cameras. Please contact trip leader Gretchen Graber at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending.