Hundred Peaks Section
October 5-6, 2013
Sierra Club, Angeles Chapter Hundred Peaks Section (http://angeles.sierraclub.org/hps/)
Come out to the Big Bear/north San Gorgonio area for 2013's Fall Festival to bag peaks, mingle with friends, and have a great time. Each fall, HPS coordinates a number of hikes in a selected area over a weekend and reserves a campground. Saturday night, we've reserved a group site at the Council Group Campground (near Barton Flats off the Rim of the World Drive). We'll have a potluck smorgasbord and lots of food and laughs. Go to the Sierra Club’s Hundred Peaks Section website to get contact information for leaders of specific hikes to get details on their outings. http://angeles.sierraclub.org/hps/outings.asp
Reservations at the campground are first come, first served--please contact Christine Soskins (email@example.com) to secure your campground spot. Don’t forget to contact hike leaders to find out meeting time and location. See website above.
SATURDAY HIKES-October 5
Sugarloaf Mountain (9952'): Let's start the Fall Festival with a moderate walk on trail for 8 miles round trip with 2600' of gain to this peak, southeast of Big Bear Lake. There are nice views from the summit. Consider staying Saturday night at the Council Campground and hiking Sunday as well! Bring food, water, 10 essentials. Moderate pace.
Three Sisters (8100'): Join us for a hike in the San Bernardino National forest for this lovely peak. 7 miles round trip on road and XC, 1800' total gain. After the hike, stay around for fun, food and good companionship at the Fall Festival. Bring food (for the hike and the evening potluck), water, 10 essentials. HCV advised. Pace slow to moderate.
San Bernardino Peak (10,649') and San Bernardino East (10,691'): Join us on this hike in the San Bernardino Mtns as part of the HPS Fall Festival. Enjoy a potluck after hike. Ascend via the trail from Angelus Oaks, descend via the Forsee Trail. Strenuous. 18 miles, 5200' gain. One-way hike, with car shuttle.
SUNDAY HIKES-October 6
Three Sisters (8100') and Wysup Peak (8990'): Don’t forget your hat on this Mad Hatter’s Day and join us on our adventure through the San Bernardino forest southeast of Big Bear. No ten shillings sixpence necessary to hike the beautiful PCT and take in the superb views of Yucca Valley and beyond. 10 miles round trip and 3000' of gain. Additional peaks possible. Please bring lugsoles, layers, liquids, lunch and hat.
Anderson Peak (10,840') and Shields (10,680'): Join us on this hike in the San Bernardino Mtns on Day 2 of the HPS Fall Festival. Ascend via the trail from Forsee Trail, descend via Dollar Lake Saddle and South Fork Trail. Strenuous. 20 miles, 5000' gain. Early start. One-way hike, with car shuttle. Dinner afterwards at Angelus Oaks Restaurant.
Grays Peak (7,920'+): Need a soft landing for Day 2 of the HPS Fall Festival? Then join us for a leisurely paced hike (6 miles RT, 1,200' gain) on good trail to this lovely peak west of Fawnskin, CA