Canyoneers are San Diego Natural History Museum volunteers trained to teach appreciation of plants and animals in southern California. Check schedule of hikes.
If you are interested in volunteering as a Canyoneer visit our Volunteer page.
To download the complete schedule of hikes click here or on the Brochure image on the left.
Read more about the trails the Canyoneers travel in the San Diego Reader's ROAM-O-RAMA, now written by the Canyoneers.
Please note: There are two mistakes in the printed brochure. The hike on March 16 is in Rueda Canyon not Gonzales Canyon Open Space. There is no hike in Weir/Lower French Valley on June 23.
The brochure to the left is correct.
Funding for Canyoneers is generously provided by the City of San Diego at the recommendation of Council President Todd Gloria, The Samuel I. and John Henry Fox Foundation, Samuel and Katherine French Fund, The Kenneth T. and Eileen Norris Foundation, and SDG&E Environmental Champions. The San Diego Natural History Museum’s education programs are funded in part by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture.