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The San Diego Urban Exploration Meetup Group Message Board › Ideas for UE Outings

Ideas for UE Outings

Charles
user 5527101
El Cajon, CA
Post #: 244
I believe they charge about 70 dollars a piece for about 3 Hours. Mostly for the ghost hunting groups. Had a friend go up that way and said they were run out by security. I hear they have been prosecuting.This should be the site for info
http://www.lindavista...­
A former member
Post #: 104
I just scheduled a meetup for the Oasis Camel Dairy tour this Sunday Feb 13. Check it out.
http://www.meetup.com...­


Here's one we could set up, Oasis Camel Dairy in Ramona.
http://www.cameldairy...­
http://www.roadsideam...­

Tours are held once a month, next ones are Sunday Jan 23 and Feb 13. I have something else on Jan 23 though. It would be worth it for an unusual trip. I'll see if I can line it up later in the year when the weather improves.

I'll also be scheduling a trip to the Atlas missile site later this year, before it gets too hot, so look out for it.


A former member
Post #: 105
Due to a personal matter that has come up I won't be able to lead the trip to the Oasis Camel Dairy this weekend. It haven't canceled the meetup, so you can still go, you just won't have me as your clueless leader.

I just scheduled a meetup for the Oasis Camel Dairy tour this Sunday Feb 13. Check it out.
http://www.meetup.com...­


Here's one we could set up, Oasis Camel Dairy in Ramona.
http://www.cameldairy...­
http://www.roadsideam...­

Tours are held once a month, next ones are Sunday Jan 23 and Feb 13. I have something else on Jan 23 though. It would be worth it for an unusual trip. I'll see if I can line it up later in the year when the weather improves.

I'll also be scheduling a trip to the Atlas missile site later this year, before it gets too hot, so look out for it.


James W
user 9336123
La Jolla, CA
Post #: 5
Nathan,
I have two ideas that could make for good outings.
1- Cedar Creek Falls, near Julian and
2- There is an aboandoned fire lookout on Hot Springs Mountain.
I saw both of these in the San Diego Union and they both look like interesting hikes.
If you or anybody wants to lead these, I am there. Thanks.
A former member
Post #: 1
yes.
Nathan
ibtrotter
Imperial Beach, CA
Post #: 420
I think the Indians have opened up Hot Spring Mtn again (the highest point in san diego; on a reservation). I've never been, and would love to check it out. Cedar creek falls--everyone and their grandma has done that.
Charles
user 5527101
El Cajon, CA
Post #: 247
Heres a Suggestion with the current rains this may be the last time to observe this Lesser known but Beautiful Waterfall for a while.
There is a another waterfall in the Ramona area you go the same route to Cedar Creek but instead of turning off of Ramona Oaks Road onto Thornbush Road you go to the end of Ramona Oak Road where you see a fire road heading up the Hill on Google Maps it is Labeled Eagle Peak Road which becomes Westside road. There is a taller falls up there called the Devils Jumpoff. With all the rain it should be Flowing quite well. The hike is all up hill then downHill on the way back. You have to keep your eyes open for the Top of the falls fronm the road easily, Couple of miles up the road, than cut across country to see it all. Farther up the road you will see a good view of the top third of the falls but it is a bit far to cross country it . It is in the new Schadd Book
Heres an article with directions
http://ramona.patch.c...­
Heres a Video of it Watch it for a bit and it will pan the whole falls This fallls keeps on going
These can both be watched in Hd if you have the bandwitdh



Bring some Binoculars and you can check out Temeschal Falls farther up the San diego river Valley



James W
user 9336123
La Jolla, CA
Post #: 7
Goat Canyon Trestle. I know it is too hot to go now, but I would love to see this.
Charles
user 5527101
El Cajon, CA
Post #: 296
The Domelands are an interesting hike, can be a bit tricky getting to it though as most people miss the goat trail that leads up to them.
Jacumba has a lot going for it. There are old structures every where you can even see some of the old town on both sides of the border fence. You can even take a soak in the Hot Spring Spa for a fee
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