Revised Time- Let's Hike Mt. Rubidoux!

This is a past event

15 people went

Every week on Tuesday until October 1, 2019

Mt. Rubidoux

Mt Rubidoux 9th Street Entrance · Riverside, CA

How to find us

At the Iron gate (on 9th street)

Location image of event venue


Let's get started with a great hike at Mt. Rubidoux!

Let's get together for an evening conditioning hike. The elevation is approximately 1,332 feet, 3.5 miles. The road is paved and it is hiked in a loop, up around and down the mountain. This is a historic area and has some beautiful views. This is nice for all levels. Now is your chance to get conditioned for future hikes. If you are advanced, this is a nice conditioning hike and a time to meet new people. Bring your camera. Family, kids and dogs are allowed.

You can park on Pine between 9th and 10th, where this street is for non-residents. Do not park on 9th street close to entrance "no parking" signs are enforced.You will walk up on 9th street to the gate entrance. We will meet at the gate at 7:00 p.m. for introductions and begin at 7:15 p.m. If you get lost or run late, you can contact Mary at (909)[masked].Bring and your motivation!

Before the Hike: We will meet up at 6:00 pm for "Taco Tuesday" at Taco Station 5 min away to enjoy soft tacos and good food.

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, insect bites, etc. By signing up for any meetup on this group you 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 hikes and activities. 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.