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Total Eclipse! Eagle Rock Loop Arkansas

Winding Stairs Trailhead Umpire

April 8th 2024 is the last total eclipse in the lower 48 until 2044. What better way to experience it than on a backpacking trip? The Eagle Rock Loop is […]

Hike at Caspers Wilderness Park – Bell Canyon + Oso Trail

Caspers Wilderness Park 33401 Ortega Hwy, San Juan Capistrano

The hike I am planning is around 6.3 miles with about 700 ft. of elevation gain. It starts at the very end of the paved road, the long gray strip that can be seen on the map. We will begin at the Bell Canyon Trail head. We will continue onto that and then take it […]

Tapo Canyon Trail

Tapo Canyon Road Tapo Canyon Rd, Simi Valley Hello Fellow Hikers, Join me on a easier moderate hike at Tapo Canyon Trail in Simi Valley. This hike has a nice gradual walk until we start a gradual climb were we will start our loop. We should encounter wildflowers and mountain views. Our loop will drop down then we will continue until we […]

Handel’s Messiah

Rancho Campana High School 4235 Mar Vista Dr, Camarillo

Tickets Despite his broken ankle, our organizer, Steve Johnson, will be singing in the New West Symphony Chorus for this and the Saturday performance of Handel's Messiah. Sung by hundreds of thousands each year and millions over centuries, the iconic “Hallelujah Chorus” is the capstone of one of the best-loved and best-known works in all […]

Danielson Monument – potluck hike (start 3:00PM)

4128 Potrero Rd 4128 Potrero Rd, Thousand Oaks

6.5 miles, 1300' gain, intermediate This is harder and longer than our usual hikes. Please read the definition carefully. Let's enjoy hiking to the Danielson Monument in the Boney Mountain Wilderness, potluck, and "Peace, Love and Joy"! Please bring food and drinks to share. We'll have our typical snack-share social event at the top for […]

Chesebro Canyon MTB trail potluck hike – fit beginner

5402 Chesebro Rd 5402 Chesebro Rd, Agoura Hills

Fit Beginner 4.3 miles, 480' gain. Easier Option: 4 miles, 230' gain. We walk a mostly flat section for 1.1 mi. to the 2nd junction. Easier option: Continue straight for 3/4 mi., left at the split, right after another 500', arriving at some picnic tables on the right after another 750'. Regular route: Left, heading […]

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