The Fog to Bog Quest
CCWI has partnered with the Atascadero / Green Valley Watershed Council to create a watershed Quest in the backcountry of Ragle Ranch Regional Park. A Quest is an interactive treasure hunt that teaches people about special places. Learn about this seasonal wetland, engage in water quality observations, and have fun while adventuring in this section of the Atascadero / Green Valley watershed.
This Quest begins at the top of Blackberry Trail by the gazebo. Pick up your Quest map there, or print out your own. To get to Ragle Park, from Sebastopol travel North on Highway 116 and turn left at Covert Lane, which ends at the park. There is a $6 parking fee.
Recent Fog to Bog Quest Observations
|Ezra & David B||12/17/2011||Clear||0.3||Intermediate|
|Seanian & Tanner||1/28/2012||Cloudy||0.8||Intermediate|
* feet per second; calculated by dividing the width of the bridge (4 feet) by the number of "Atascadero seconds" it took for the leaf to travel that distance (for example, 10 seconds to travel 4 feet = 4 divided 10 = 0.4 feet per second).
Explore other Quests on the North Coast
- Sonoma County: Salmon Creek School in Occidental
- Marin County: Muir Woods
- Marin County: Muir Beach
- Humboldt County: Arcata Community Forest
- Humboldt County: Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge
- Additional Quests on the CREEC network
The creation of this Quest was funded in part by an education grant