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Palo Comado / Cheesboro Weeknight Conditioning Hike

April 16, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ CDH POLICY AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS WRITE-UP The Plan: We’ll start at the Palo Comado Canyon – Doubletree Trailhead (coordinates: 34.182480,-118.751785) and head about for 1/2 mile along the Doubletree Connector Trail, we’ll then turn right and head along the Palo Comado loop around the canyon and begin our loop. (Please bring a flashlight we may be returning in the dark) Route may vary depending on the group. Stats: Distance: 6 Miles Elevation Gain: 1000ft Difficulty: Advanced / Intermediate (Fast PACE and Moderate Elevation Gain) Pace: Fast 2.5 – 3 Mph Duration: 2-2.5 hrs Meeting Location: Palo Comado Canyon – Doubletree Trailhead Direction: From 101 going South: Exit on Kanan Rd turn left on to Kanan Turn right onto Sunnycrest Dr Continue onto Doubletree Rd Destination will be on the right From 101 going North Exit on Kanan Rd turn right on to Kanan Turn right onto Sunnycrest Dr Continue onto Doubletree Rd Destination will be on the right IF YOU SIGN UP FOR THIS EVENT AND YOU HAVE NOT UPDATED YOUR CDH PROFILE, YOU WILL BE MARKED AS “NOT GOING”. UPDATE YOUR PROFILE AND RESIGN IN FOR THE EVENT IF YOU FIND YOURSELF REMOVED. Instructions on how to update your profile: Go to meetup.com > click on “Groups” on the upper right hand side > Find “Calabasas Day Hikers” then click on it > Click on “Members” > At upper right hand side search for your name under “Find a member” > Once your profile shows up click on “Edit Profile” at the upper left hand side and answer the questions fully.

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April 16, 2019
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Palo Comado Canyon – Doubletree Trailhead
Aspen Ridge Ct
Oak Park, CA 91377 US
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