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Ready for an adventure?

Then join the Inland Empire Outdoor Adventurers!

Let's find a new adventure in the Inland Empire and beyond! Meet friends to enjoy the outdoors and breathe some fresh air and getaway. Join us to expand your horizons and try something new or something adventurous.

We also add in fun social activities, dancing, restaurants, retreats and travel. We welcome other hiking organizers to host your favorite hikes here!

What adventure would you like to do?

The skies the limit for outdoor adventures and social activities like hiking, walking, snow skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, volleyball, motorcycle rides, camping, backpacking, fishing, kayaking, motorcycle riding, horseback riding, rock climbing, ziplining, tennis, whitewater rafting, whale watching, auto racing, bowling, concerts, 5K run/walk races, marathons, picnics, sporting events, tennis, sailing, water skiing, paragliding, cruises, dancing, car shows, sight seeing, museums, retreats or host your own favorite adventure.

We are looking for meetup hosts to host your own favorite adventure with others. Love a certain activity or hike? Then host it and post it! Want to be an organizer, contact me by email at onesinglepassion@aol.com.

By joining this meetup, you acknowledge and agree to our guidelines and rules:

1. The organizer and assistant organizers at the Inland Empire Outdoor Adventurers are not professional hiking guides. We are meetup hosts and not considered your leaders at a meetup. You agree to hold all members, guests, organizers or third parties, called "meetup associates," harmless of any legal liability when you participate in any meetup.

You acknowledge that you completely assume all health or safety risks for yourself and your guests releasing all "meetup associates" from any or all liability or legal action whether you have read the meetup details fully or details are not posted. As a member, you acknowledge that you have exercised your own due diligence for yourself and your guest(s) when participating in a meetup alleviating any fault or legal liablity or recourse upon meetup associates due to accident or injury traveling to and from a meetup or during a meetup.

2. We are an alcohol-free meetup to encourage the safety of our members and the group.

3. We discourage offensive language, cussing and belligerence offering common courtesy and a good time for all.

4. Destroying or harming the forest or wildlife will not be tolerated.

5. Please know your own limitations and be prepared with water and proper gear. If you are a beginner hiker, please do not show up for a difficult or strenuous hike. You may be asked to not participate in the hike. The hike level will be posted. Only come to a hike or meetup activity that fits your current health condition.

6. If you have other hike alternative routes or destinations, or suggestions for a posted hike or activity, please discuss it with the host organizer ahead of time. Please do not post comments or discuss in front of the group at a meetup.

7. We encourage hosting various meetups for adults, singles, single parents, and family-friendly meetup activities. Please do not bring children or pets unless its specified.

Get involved and host an outdoor adventure!

For questions or want to become an organizer, contact Laurie directly by email at onesinglepassion@aol.com.

Upcoming events (4)

Lower Aliso Creek Hike (Chino Hills) - PCHTF

Rolling M Ranch

Enjoy a hike along a ridge and through this gentle sloping valley. This is a 6.3 mile, 1,100 foot gain hike.

Meet at 9 am at the Barn at the Rolling M Ranch, which is 15 minutes, or 3 miles, up the road at the park entrance at 4721 Sapphire Road in Chino Hills. Ridesharing encouraged, $5 fee for parking. Bring water, snack, and sturdy shoes. Rain within 48 hours cancels.

Note: The park is located 10 miles northwest of Corona. Take the 91-Freeway to Highway 71-North, turn left at Soquel Canyon. Proceed to Elinvar and turn left. Elinvar merges into Sapphire to the left, the park entrance (GPS: 33˚57’16”N, 117˚42’7”W) is located on the right at 4721 Sapphire Road. Drive up the road past the gate for 15 minutes, or 3 miles, to the Rolling M Barn.

This hike is sponsored by the Puente-Chino Hills Task Force of the Sierra Club. This hike is open to everyone but dogs are not allowed.

Telegraph Canyon Hike (Brea) - PCHTF

Chino Hills State Park Discovery Center

Hike along Telegraph Canyon and South Ridge in Chino Hills State Park. This is a 7 mile, 1,000 foot gain hike. Meet at 9 am at the Discovery Center at 4500 Carbon Canyon Road in Brea ($5 parking). Bring water, a snack, and sturdy shoes. Rain within 48 hours cancels. Leaders: Fred Reed and Eric Johnson,[masked]
(GPS: 33˚55’13" N 117˚49’37”W) [masked] N,[masked] W)
This hike is sponsored by the Puente-Chino Hills Task Force of the Sierra Club. This hike is open to everyone but dogs are not allowed.

Skyline Trail/Buddhist Temple Hike (Hacienda Heights) - PCHTF

Skyline Trailhead

A leisurely hike along the ridge between La Habra Heights and Hacienda Heights, with lunch at the turnaround point of the Buddhist Temple on Hacienda Blvd. This is a 3.5 mile, 1,100 foot gain hike through walkways under Colima and Hacienda Blvds. Meet at 10:00 AM. Park on S. Holmes Circle between S. Hermitage Dr and E. Cargreen Ave. Vegetarian lunch ($7 donation) with time to look around the largest Buddhist temple in the Western Hemisphere. Bring water, and sturdy shoes. No tank tops or shorts allowed in the main temple. Rain within 48 hours cancels. Leaders: Fred Reed, Eric Johnson[masked]
(GPS: 33˚58’45”N, 117˚59’17”W) [masked] N,[masked] W)
This hike is sponsored by the Puente-Chino Hills Task Force of the Sierra Club. This hike is open to everyone but dogs are not allowed.

Powder Canyon Hike (Rowland Heights) - PCHTF

Powder Canyon

Welcome back for the first hike of our season with a 5 mi, 1,100 foot gain hike and info about the Powder Canyon Significant Ecological Area.

Meet 9 am Powder Canyon entrance (up the dirt road to the equestrian ring) along Old Fullerton Rd , 400 yards W of Harbor Blvd (near Pathfinder) in Rowland Heights.

Bring water, a snack, and sturdy shoes. Rain within 48 hours cancels. Leaders: Fred Reed and Eric Johnson,[masked]

Note: people new to this hike should be careful to find the right parking lot. This is the Old Fullerton Rd/Harbor Blvd intersection in Rowland Heights, not the more southern Fullerton Rd/Harbor Blvd intersection in La Habra Heights.
(GPS: 33˚57’51”N, 117˚55’18”W) [masked] N,[masked] W)

This hike is sponsored by the Puente-Chino Hills Task Force of the Sierra Club. This hike is open to everyone but dogs are not allowed.

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La Vida Trail Hike (Brea) - PCHTF

La Vida Trail

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