NOTE: We've rescheduled this hike due to the hazardous weather outlook for July 20. New date is August 10th, and rsvps will open 2 weeks before.
Hey all! For this hike we’ll be checking out Little Schloss. From HikingUpward: “Only 1.7 miles east of the more popular Big Schloss, the Little Schloss overlook is nearly all but forgotten. The view from Little Schloss is spectacular, however the rock scramble to to the summit does require some skill. But this hike isn't just about the summit, 0.3 past the overlook there are several beautiful vistas on the trail, as well as a clearing with mature spruce. Little Stoney Creek is also a favorite with backpackers, and has many camping sites along its banks.”
Afterwards we’ll head to Woodstock Brewing Company for a drink and a bite to eat.
Remember to bring water, whatever food/snacks you need to cover 5 miles, and appropriate clothing and shoes/boots for hiking.
Hike link: https://www.hikingupward.com/GWNF/LittleSchloss/
Brewery link: http://www.woodstockbrewhouse.com
Please remember that this group is an informal group of friends and volunteers initiating trips under the common adventurer model (http://www.ronwatters.com/CADefine.htm) We do expect our members to be familiar with the best practices of hiking – this is not a group for first time hikers and is NOT a group for those seeking hiking instruction.
We're also not experts or professionals, nor are we trained hike leaders, nor do we scout out hikes. We plan hikes for fun. You are responsible for your own welfare and safety at all LMH events. Be sure to choose to attend hikes only within your own physical abilities and hiking knowledge; take maps, suitable clothing, provisions (at least two liters of water plus any food or medical supplies you might require) and equipment, and act responsibly and safely at all times.
Acting responsibly and safely includes always making sure that you stay with a group (we advise using the buddy system) and staying on, or within sight of (if you need to answer the call of nature or avoid an obstacle on the trail), marked trails at all times. If you ever believe you may be lost, follow the advice of the US Forest Service. https://www.fs.fed.us/visit/know-before-you-go/if-you-get-lost
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