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New Year Hike and Potluck Picnic – Red Rock Canyon

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New Year Hike and Potluck Picnic – Red Rock Canyon

Let’s celebrate new year on the trail with potluck picnic!

Easy-Intermediate, 4 miles, 800′ gain

We’ll be passing through a beautiful canyon with huge red, pale purple, and tan sandstone walls.

The hike begins with a steady climb on a fire road for 0.75 mile. We turn right at the junction and begin heading mostly down another fire road for about 1.25 miles.

There will be a picnic area on the right, where we’ll enjoy a potluck picnic. If your item requires utensils/plates/toothpicks, etc., please bring them.

The picnic area is wooded and shaded. Consider bringing insect repellent.

We’ll return the way we came after about 1.5 hours.


Route: The host knows the route. The route is posted as a photo with this description.

Navigation: Host memory, and others that have done this route.

Hike type: Social.
We won’t be hiking at a fast pace because this is a social hike, not a conditioning hike. There is nothing wrong with stopping, even if it means every 50 steps.

1699 Stunt Rd
Calabasas, CA 91302
Park in the gravel along the street.

The Hike:
Distance: 4.0 miles
Elevation Gain: 800′
Difficulty: Easy Intermediate (
Pace: 2.0 mph
Dogs: Yes.
Restrooms: ?.
Drinking Fountains: ?
Parking: Free, along the gravel lot on the street.
Trail: Fire road.
Purpose: Social

What to Bring:
1-2 liters of water.
Snacks and/or beverages to share (
Your own plate, cup and utensils.
Hiking shoes preferred, but athletic shoes will be OK.
Flashlight or headlamp.

Disclaimer / Release of Liability:

January 02 2022


Date: January 2
Time: 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Hiking Group:
RSVP: Visit Meetup Website


1699 Stunt Rd

1699 Stunt Rd
Calabasas, CA 91302 US

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