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Ever wonder what kind of guts it takes to hike the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim in a single day? Now if your opportunity to find out! My plan is:Day 1: drive my car (Car 1) in tandem with someone else (Car 2) from Los Angeles to the North Rim Campground. In Car 1 would […]Find out more »
For those who want to supercharge the day with an advanced level hike in the mornings. Approximately 3 - 5 miles (total) and 1500 ft to 2000 ft. elevation gain. Mostly (75%) steep inclines - 60 % in the shade - lol, done at a fast pace ! This hike is ... N O T […]Find out more »
THE PLAN: (more details are coming....) FRIDAY:Noon: FOSSIL FALLS, FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, CIRCLE ROUTE-a neat roadside attraction (about 180 miles north of L.A.) 3 pm: DARWIN FALLS IN PANAMINT, WEST END OF DEATH VALLEY (slot canyon, 2 mile hike, always wet)https://www.facebook.com/rex.frankel/videos/10213077085508798/ DINNER AT THE MOUNT WHITNEY INN,STAY IN HOTEL OR CAMP IN THE TOWN […]Find out more »
CALIFORNIA AVOCADO FESTIVALhttps://avofest.com/ CDH has been posting a popular bike ride to the OJAI DAY FESTIVAL the last few years and I thought that another easy hike to the CALIFORNIA AVOCADO FESTIVAL in Carpinteria might find interest again among our Friday Trekkers. Strolling along the Carpinteria Bluffs with views of the ocean and a visit […]Find out more »
GLAMPING!!! / BYOT (Bring Your Own Tent) COME 1 DAY OR 2 DAYS... MASSIVE / VERY SECLUDED SPOT with PICNIC TABLES, SINKS, OAK TREES, SHOWERS and REST ROOMS!! Friday Oct 4th, 2PM till noon Sunday Oct 6th PARKING LOT is big enough for 25 cars... so people should try to fit 2.5 people per car […]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.
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