Events for July 14, 2019
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So, we are going to Sequoia for camping, hiking, and fun. We'll see the largest trees on Earth and hike to a nice waterfall. We'll be in the mountains so we'll most likely see some deer and probably see a bear or two. Most definitely we will see some beautiful scenery. Most important, we will […]Find out more »
INTRODUCTIONI have reserved several camping sites at Big Pine Creek Campground for the weekend. Hikes will be posted separately for Sat and Sun, most likely the Big Pine Lakes and White Mtn or do your own hike. Join us for the day or the weekend. EVENT IS NOT FULL. PAYMENT SECURES A SPOT. Contact me […]Find out more »
This will be an overnight backpacking trip to include 9 peaks from San Bernardino to San Gorgonio. Also, this will be an Ultra-Light backpacking challenge! I’ll be checking to see that you have at least 2,000 Ca and 4 L of water and purification. See if you can get your pack down to 20 lbs! […]Find out more »
Cucamonga Peak is one of the coolest summits in the San Gabriel Mountains, offers amazing views with non of the crowds of Baldy. Stats: Distance: 12 MilesElevation Gain: 4,100'Duration: 6 to 7 hours depending on the teamLevel: Advanced IntermediateAdventure Pass: Required My Cell: 818-646-4307 We will meet at Icehouse Canyon Trailhead parking lot Directions: From […]Find out more »
TO BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND THIS EVENT YOU MUST HAVE UPDATED YOUR CDH PROFILE. ALSO, HAVING TWO "NO SHOWS" SINCE 1/1/17 WILL HAVE YOUR CDH MEMBERSHIP REVOKED. We will start the hike at Liberty Canyon and follow the trail to Mullholland Dr and to the trail head of the Grassland Trail. We an option to […]Find out more »
Before we leave town, there's an old mine site worth a visit. There's an out and back route just over a mile or explore doing a longer route on the Methuselah Walk. The weather can be unpredictable so bring layers and sun protection. STATS Mileage: < 5 miles Elevation: < 700 ft gain Rating: 4/10 […]Find out more »
Trail statistics are approximate. For safety purposes always assume they are underestimated. But don’t be disappointed if they are overestimated. Bring more water and snacks than you think you’ll need.
Trail descriptions are based on previous hikes. Current conditions are unknown until arrival. Expect the unexpected and plan accordingly.
The Organizers and members in this group are not professional leaders, guides, or mountaineers. The function of the member or organizer is only to organize the trip. Each person who shows up for a trip/meetup (and their guest or guests) is responsible for his or her own safety. By attending a hike, or any other event organized by this group, you are acknowledging that you and any guests that you bring are aware of the risks, dangers and hazards associated with the activity and freely accept and fully assume all such risks, dangers and hazards, and further agree to release and discharge the Organizers, Members of the Hiking With Dean Meetup Group from and against any and all liability arising from your participation in the group activities per the ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND LIABILITY WAIVER.
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