Note: This event is hosted by the LA 20s & 30s Sierra Club section, www.sc2030.org.
Beat the heat by spending a day on the East Fork of the San Gabriel River, with a 10 mile, 1,000 ft elevation gain hike to the famous Bridge to Nowhere.
Along the way, you may see a few people panning for gold in the stream, elusive Bighorn Sheep, and learn about the highway that washed away in a winter storm to leave a mysterious car Bridge smack in the middle of the wilderness.
Special note: You will get wet. There are numerous creek crossings, some possibly thigh high, which will require some careful walking. Of course, on a nice warm day, the water will feel very nice.
We’ll go past the bridge to some pools where we can relax in the warm June sun and enjoy our lunch.
What to bring: Sunscreen, hat, 3 liters of water, Lunch, waterproof bag for important items, and Shoes which are good for wading and getting fully immersed. If you park at the trailhead instead of the meeting point, an Adventure Pass is required for parking. Please let me know if you plan to meet us at the trailhead rather than the OC ride share.
Because of the limited group size, please be considerate of those who would like to go who are on the waitlist. If your plans change, please update your RSVP accordingly as soon as possible. No-shows are strongly frowned upon.
No dogs on this hike.
Cancellation Policy: Extreme weather or fire cancels the hike.
Leader: Daniel, Co-leader: Lisa ([masked])