Travel

September 25–29, 2017

Driving

Mount Hermon Conference Center is located seven miles outside the city of Santa Cruz, in the Santa Cruz Mountains, along California's Central Coast.

37 Conference Drive
Felton, CA 95018

See map and directions below

Arrivals

Allow at least 1 1/2 hours for the drive from San Jose International.

For Headstart please arive before noon
For regular start please arrive before 3:00

Departures

If you are able to be with us for the full conference, Friday afternoon, September 29, is your departure date.

Schedule your return flight out of San Jose for Friday September 29, 2017 after 2pm No earlier than 8:00am. Allow for at least a one hour drive to the San Jose Airport.

 

Map and Directions

 

Conference Center
37 Conference Dr. Felton CA 95018

Get Directions
Santa Cruz Mountains | Conference Center
  • Click here for written driving directions
    From Northern California:
    • From Highway 17 take the “Mount Hermon Road” exit at Scotts Valley. If coming from the north, turn right at the light onto Mount Hermon Road. Once on Mount Hermon Road, proceed 3.5 miles through Scotts Valley to the signal light at Graham Hill Road. Turn left onto Graham Hill Road, then turn left onto Conference Drive, which takes you into the Conference Center. The Administration Building is just past the post office on the right. The Mount Hermon Bookshop is directly across the street.
    From Southern California
    • Take US 101 North to Salinas. Exit at Market Street and take Highway 183 West toward Santa Cruz. At Castroville take US 1 North to Santa Cruz. At Santa Cruz, take Highway 17 North toward San Jose. Exit at Scotts Valley at “Mount Hermon Road.” Proceed through Scotts Valley on Mount Hermon Road 3.5 miles to the signal light at Graham Hill Road. Turn left onto Graham Hill Road, then turn left onto Conference Drive, which takes you into the Conference Center. The Administration Building is just past the post office on the right. The Mount Hermon Bookshop is directly across the street.