Past Meetup

Combo Hike! Etiwanda Falls and Day Canyon Creek

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North Etiwanda Preserve

The top of Day Creek / Etiwanda · Rancho Cucamonga, CA

How to find us

Lets meet at the gate at the top of the parking lot.

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Details

Lets start our Sunday with a nice picturesque hike to the Etiwanda Falls and then over to Day Canyon Creek in the North Etiwanda Preserve. I was there twice this week, and this hike is incredible! Day Canyon has so much more natural, unspoiled beauty than the popular Etiwanda Falls! I guarantee that everyone will love this hike! We will be visiting both lovely destinations! This is the Combo hike that you have been waiting for!!!

Lets meet at 8:45 AM for introductions, and plan to start on our way at 8:50 AM.

ESTIMATED TRAIL STATS

Distance: 6.5 miles (out-and-back)

Hiking Time: 3 hours

Elevation Gain: 900’

Difficulty: Beginner to Moderate

Trail Use: Hikers, equestrians

WHAT TO BRING: It should be fairly warm so dress appropriately and be sure to bring plenty of water, a snack, a sun hat, and sunscreen. Also, wear comfortable hiking shoes or trail runners. Trekking poles are not necessary, but may be useful crossing Day Creek, or on the way down if you use them.

*I will update the weather forecast as the hike gets closer.

DIRECTIONS: From the 210 Freeway (applies to both Eastbound and Westbound) in Rancho Cucamonga, exit on Day Creek Blvd. and drive North (towards the Mountains). Day Creek Blvd. curves to the East and then ends at Etiwanda Avenue and there you will turn Left, heading up about 1/4 mile to the parking area. Park in the lot or off the road if the lot is full.

From the parking area, walk to the large gate where we will meet for introductions.

WAIVER OF LIABILITY DISCLAIMER: Please read before signing up for this event. By participating in this event you agree to not hold these assistant organizers or Meetup liable for any harm to you of your property. The hike organizers are not a professional hikers/trained leaders and are not trained to treat medical emergencies. Hiking is an inherently dangerous activity that can lead to injuries which include but are not limited to falls, fractures, rattlesnake bites, poison oak, insect bites, heat stroke, and frostbite. You are responsible for your own safety and being appropriately equipped to participate in the hike. You are also responsible for knowing whether you are physically able to participate in the hike. Always stay on the trail, let the hike organizer know if you are leaving the group, and never walk alone.

*No Plus 1's. All participants have to be members of the Meetup group so that they acknowledge and agree with the Waiver Of Liability Disclaimer.

*Cross posted with Lazy Ass Hiking Meetup group.