Cucamonga Peak … 12 miles …. 4,100 ft. gain

Icehouse Canyon Trailhead Ice House Canyon Rd, Mt Baldy

Stats: Distance: 12 MilesElevation Gain: 4,100'Duration: 6 to 7 hours depending on the teamLevel: Advanced IntermediateAdventure Pass: Required We will meet at Icehouse Canyon Trailhead parking lot Directions: From I-210 […]

Kearsarge Pass and Bullfrog Lake … 14 miles … 3,900 gain

Onion Valley Campground Independence, Independence

Let's hike Kearsarge Pass and then continue to Bullfrog Lake. KEARSARGE PASS OFFERS SOME OF THE BEST VIEWS YOU CAN FIND IN THE SIERRA, WITH TOWERING PEAKS AND LAKES IN […]

VIP Hike: Cold Creek Adventure

Cold Creek High Trail 1100 Stunt Rd, Calabasas

This Cold Creek adventure includes a secret trail that connects the Cold Creek Preserve to the Backbone Trail. Highlights include some old water tanks, the site of a Nike Missile […]

Rustic Canyon Hike Saturday 7/27/2019

Rustic Canyon Where Casale meets Capri, Pacific Palisades

Come join us for a hike in beautiful Rustic Canyon. From the fire road we will go down into the Canyon, which is mostly Shady from all the trees overhead. […]

Temescal Canyon, Skull Rock and caves & Reel Inn Munchfest

TEMESCAL CANON PARK 15601 W Sunset Blvd., Pacific Palisades

Details WHERE TO MEET: Meet at northwest corner of Temescal Canyon and Sunset Blvd--there is a BIG BROWN "TEMESCAL GATEWAY PARK" SIGN THERE! PAY PARKING IS IN THE LOTS. FREE […]

Rocky Peak – Sat Sunset Hike

Rocky Peak Trailhead Rocky Peak Rd, Simi Valley

It has been nice in the evenings. If anyone wants to hike Rocky Peak, watch the sunset... Bring some snacks. Hang out.

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.

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