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Josephine Peak via Colby Canyon

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Josephine Peak via Colby Canyon

Hello Fellow Hikers,
Okay this will be a distance hike so I will attach a meeting spot for those who would like to carpool or just follow each other to the trailhead. This is considered one of the prettiest routes to take to Josephine Peak. With this route we will have a few creek crossings and a few switchbacks as we make our way to the top. Will also have beautiful mountain and forest views. May encounter some snow at the top but not enough for spikes. A Adventure Pass is required you can find one at any Big 5 Sporting Goods the cost is $25 dollars and good for one year. Start time is early due to small parking lot that fills up quick. I have attached the AllTrails link for directions, pics, and stats

Trail out and back
Miles 7.9
Rated moderate
Elevation Gain 2116
Dogs allowed
Parking small lot with a overflow lot (also small) adventure pass required

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1) Hike your own hike
2) Please stop at every junction and split to wait for others to catch up

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January 16 2022


Date: January 16
Time: 8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Hiking Group:
RSVP: Visit Meetup Website


Colby Canyon Trailhead

701 Angeles Crest Hwy
Tujunga, CA 91042 US

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Ventura County Day Hikes
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