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  • Take a hike with us up to the Cal Poly 'P'

    Cal Poly has resumed permitting students and others to decorate the historic “P” on the university’s hillside, after the "P" had been off-limits for more than a year because of dangerous footing on the trail leading up to it. In this video, join us on a hike up to the Poly "P."

Cal Poly has resumed permitting students and others to decorate the historic “P” on the university’s hillside, after the "P" had been off-limits for more than a year because of dangerous footing on the trail leading up to it. In this video, join us on a hike up to the Poly "P." Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com
Cal Poly has resumed permitting students and others to decorate the historic “P” on the university’s hillside, after the "P" had been off-limits for more than a year because of dangerous footing on the trail leading up to it. In this video, join us on a hike up to the Poly "P." Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com

You’re allowed to hike the Cal Poly P again — but you still might want to wait

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