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Euclid Conditioning Walk
Get conditioned for upcoming hikes and any type of exercise. This is a 6-mile walk, 3 miles north up Euclid starting from Foothill Blvd to 24th street (Fire Station) and back down another 3 miles. Enjoy walking the dirt paved street with the beautiful historic trees. We will meet at the Chase Bank parking lot on Foothill/Euclid promptly at 8:00 and will wait 5 minutes. You are free to turn back at anytime during the walk. Any questions, you may contact me via e-mail or at (909)[masked]. Come join us afterwards for coffee and/or breakfast at a nearby restaurant. WAIVER OF LIABILITY: Hiking, walking and all outdoor events are rewarding and pleasant activities in nature, but there are certain dangers you should be aware of. Those include, but are not limited to, trip and fall injuries, drowning, poison oak exposure, bee stings, tick, snake bites and etc. By signing up and/or attending any meetup on this group you and your guest(s) assume the risks of the trip/activities and agree to release the organizer, other volunteers and anyone associated/related to this meetup group from any claims for any injuries or other losses sustained during any of the activities. If you are bringing a guest(s), it is your responsibility to inform and confirm with he/she of this liability agreement. Please consult with your health-care professional to make sure you are able to participate in this activity without causing harm to yourself or others. The Organizer’s willingness to include you in an activity should not be interpreted as a favorable assessment of your emotional and physical capabilities. Please know your limits and sign up only if you are able to keep up with the pace and activity level of this event. Never leave the group without notifying the organizer. Stay on the path at all times.

Euclid Ave Bridle Trail

Foothill and Euclid Ave, · Upland, CA

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Hiking has become a hobby and a passion! I have been hiking around OC, LA, and other areas; however, I wanted to hike near my work and home due to busy and demanding schedule from work and personal life. I thought, hummm, it would be nice to have a hiking group close to my home and work; thus begin my search and found that there are hardly any hiking groups within 10 mile radius around Chino Hills, a beautiful sub-urban city I now reside.

Well, thus begin my journey to startup a new meetup for those people who live in and around Chino Hills and Surrounding Areas. I believe hiking is one of the best ways to keep up with your health, meet new friends, and have fun while doing it. What more can you ask for! I am hoping this hiking Meetup will grow to become an oasis for those people like me who love outdoors....

I love it when I can get outdoors and feel the cool breeze on my skin, see the open sky along with beautiful scenery, and meet new people while having enjoyable and meaningful conversations that often bring surprises from many different perspectives. I hope many of you will join and build this Meetup for benefit of all.

Bon Voyage for Friendship, Fun, and Healthy Living through Hikes!

Joshua Kim

WAIVER OF LIABILITY: Hiking, water activities, and all outdoor events are rewarding and pleasant activities in nature, but there are certain dangers you should be aware of. Those include, but are not limited to, trip and fall injuries, drowning, poison oak exposure, bee stings, tick, snake bites and etc.. By signing up and/or attending any meetup on this group you and your guest(s) assume the risks of the trip/activities and agree to release Hiking for Friendship, Fun, and Health organizer, other volunteers and anyone associated/related to this meetup group from any claims for any injuries or other losses sustained during any of the hikes and activities. If you are bringing a guest(s), it is your responsibility to inform and confirm with he/she of this liability agreement. Please consult with your health-care professional to make sure you are able to participate in this activity without causing harm to yourself or others. The Organizer’s willingness to include you in an activity should not be interpreted as a favorable assessment of your emotional and physical capabilities. Please know your limits and sign up only if you are able to keep up with the pace and activity level of this event. Never hike alone. Never leave the group without notifying the hike organizer. Stay on the trail at all times.

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