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Legendary Urban Adventures (LUA) offers a wide variety of activities within Orange County and surrounding areas. We offer activities ranging from nightlife fun, nature adventures, we want people to enjoy where they live. Why limit our selves, we want members to enjoy all good things offered by establishments and people in this great part of California. Some activities we are interested in, and not limited to, is surfing, camping, snowboarding, hiking, canyoneering, rock climbing. Night life; dancing, beer fests, brewery and winery trips.

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Bonita Canyon Falls and Beyond

Lytle Creek Ranger Stn

Time to chase some Waterfalls !!! Bonita Canyon Falls is a 2.8 mile out and back hike that takes you to a Huge Awesome Waterfall. Plus, possible bonus waterfall #2 @ middle fork Please read entire post and come informed and prepared. This hike is "not recommended" for first time hikers that are unfamiliar with my waterfall/canyon hikes. "Know your limits and select hikes at your ability level or below" This is for hikers that are able to hike on wet, uneven, rough, rocky terrain with class 2-3 rock scrambling, and maneuver on & around boulders. If you are uncomfortable with this kind of hike, please reconsider your rsvp. Please arrive 10-15 min. early As with all my events this hike will start at the designated time. I will not hold up group for late comers, be respectful and be on time! Sorry, no guests - no exceptions! Recommend: Rain gear, Grippy shoes, Water, Snack, Good Attitude, and lots of Energy! And whatever else you need for a day hike in an awesome canyon. And don't forget the 10 essentials. Distance: 3-5 miles Duration: 2+ hrs. Type: Out and back Elev. Gain: 800 feet Directions from Rancho Cucamonga to Bonita canyon/Lytle creek ... Take Interstate 15 N. to Sierra Avenue exit north. Head north (towards mountains) on Lytle Creek Road approximately 5 miles to the Lytle Creek Ranger Station. Proceed half a mile past Station. At the South Fork , park on turnout on west (left) side where you see a lotta rocks in a river bed. ************************************************** Possible Hike #2 ? .... Upper and Lower Etiwanda Falls. Etiwanda Falls parking lot is located at ..... 4890 Etiwanda ave. Rancho Cucamonga Parking: Only park in the designated lot. Rancho Cucamonga police will have your car towed away if you park anywhere else along the street. https://www.google.com/maps/place/North+Etiwanda+Preserve/@34.16407,-117.5255504,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x80c3484ade328013:0x5b1cb455626fc8cc!8m2!3d34.16407!4d-117.5233617 Distance: 3.5 miles Elevation Gain: 800 ft Time: 2-3 hours Difficulty: Moderate Permit Required: No ************************************************** Possible hike #3 .... Tangerine Falls !!! Decision will be made and details will be announced during Bonita Canyon hike. Note: No smoking of any kind on our hikes. We are always hiking in areas where fires are easily started by sparks and ash. In addition, we want to enjoy the clean air and beauty of our surroundings. Thank you for cooperating. KNOW YOUR ABILITY AND LIMITATIONS BEFORE signing up. You acknowledge and agree that hiking can be dangerous and involve risk. You are responsible for your own safety, well-being and actions. I AM NOT A PROFESSIONAL HIKER OR GUIDE. This is simply an invitation to hike with me and fellow hikers. READ THIS ! .... By joining the meetup, you agree to Meetup Terms of Service releases the Organizer and Assistant Organizers from any liability related to incidents that occur at Meetup gatherings. Hiking is a rewarding and pleasant activity in nature, but there are certain dangers you should be aware of, Those include but are not limited to .... trip and fall injuries, Bee stings, Poison oak exposure, Ticks, Bears, Big horn sheep, Mountain lions, Coyote, Bobcat, Snake bites and other potentially dangerous wildlife. By signing up for this event, you agree to not hold harmless the hike organizer, assistant organizers and other participants for any injuries sustained during any hike. * YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT WE ARE NOT PROFESSIONALS and YOU WILL ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR SAFETY *

Los Angeles - Technical Canyoneering Course (ACE-L1) + Monday Canyon!

Learn Canyoneering from America's premier Canyoneering Instruction, Events & Community organization: Uber Adventures. Tuition for this comprehensive 3-day course is only $395 and includes loaner technical gear, all instruction, a 10% discount on any purchased gear from our online store, and a Certificate of Completion! And, as a courtesy to our students, you are invited to join us in descending a local canyon on the day following this course where you can put your newly acquired skills to immediate use! **This course is cross-posted in several places .. just because you see no sign-ups here, doesn't mean that nobody else is signed-up!** You will find a full description of this course, a full calendar of our series of courses and locations, an online store for all your canyoneering gear needs, and a list of the festivals we host, on our website: http://uberadventures.net. In addition to our official site, we also host the most active canyoneering Meetup groups, with the best-trained canyoneers in the country! http://www.meetup.com/canyoneering ...and others! Sooo ..... What is Canyoneering? Canyoneering is an emerging adventure sport which has grown significantly in popularity over the past decade. This exciting sport combines hiking, wading, swimming, jumping, sliding, boulder-hopping, scrambling, down-climbing, sometimes packrafting and always rappelling — often over waterfalls! Physically, it takes significantly less upper body strength than rock climbing, and is therefore a sport that can be enjoyed by a much larger spectrum of the population .. young or mature .. tall or short .. large or small. If you can hike, you can canyoneer! This sport has unique risks and requires a very specific set of technical skills to enjoy it safely. Rock-climbing, caving, mountaineering and swift water training teach related skills, but Canyoneering has become highly specialized. Our basic course gets you from "That looks cool!" ... to "Woohoo!" in 3 days! Check out these Vimeos and see why we are hooked on the sport! https://vimeo.com/148696696 https://vimeo.com/104538804 Prerequisite: None! This Technical Canyoneering Course (ACE-L1) is a beginner to intermediate course which teaches the skills necessary to safely descend canyons as part of a group (being a competent participant and the knowledge to recognize and implement safe canyon practices). This course is designed to quickly get the beginner up-to-speed on basics, to give both the rookie and intermediate canyoneer new tools for his/her toolbox, and will help intermediate canyoneers refine their current skill set! See a list of the TOPICS and SKILLS, Policies, and Testimonials on our website! Instructor: Klaus Gerhart - ACE Master Instructor/L5 Certified Guide, Certified Tactical Rappel Master, Wilderness First Responder, Advanced Swiftwater Rescue Technician, Whitewater Rescue Technician, Technical Rope Rescue Technician, Basic Mountaineering Instructor, Map & Compass Navigation Instructor and a Master Educator for Leave No Trace wilderness ethics.

Los Angeles - Technical Canyoneering Course (ACE-L1) + Monday Canyon!

Learn Canyoneering from America's premier Canyoneering Instruction, Events & Community organization: Uber Adventures. Tuition for this comprehensive 3-day course is only $395 and includes loaner technical gear, all instruction, a 10% discount on any purchased gear from our online store, and a Certificate of Completion! And, as a courtesy to our students, you are invited to join us in descending a local canyon on the day following this course where you can put your newly acquired skills to immediate use! **This course is cross-posted in several places .. just because you see no sign-ups here, doesn't mean that nobody else is signed-up!** You will find a full description of this course, a full calendar of our series of courses and locations, an online store for all your canyoneering gear needs, and a list of the festivals we host, on our website: http://uberadventures.net. In addition to our official site, we also host the most active canyoneering Meetup groups, with the best-trained canyoneers in the country! http://www.meetup.com/canyoneering ...and others! Sooo ..... What is Canyoneering? Canyoneering is an emerging adventure sport which has grown significantly in popularity over the past decade. This exciting sport combines hiking, wading, swimming, jumping, sliding, boulder-hopping, scrambling, down-climbing, sometimes packrafting and always rappelling — often over waterfalls! Physically, it takes significantly less upper body strength than rock climbing, and is therefore a sport that can be enjoyed by a much larger spectrum of the population .. young or mature .. tall or short .. large or small. If you can hike, you can canyoneer! This sport has unique risks and requires a very specific set of technical skills to enjoy it safely. Rock-climbing, caving, mountaineering and swift water training teach related skills, but Canyoneering has become highly specialized. Our basic course gets you from "That looks cool!" ... to "Woohoo!" in 3 days! Check out these Vimeos and see why we are hooked on the sport! https://vimeo.com/148696696 https://vimeo.com/104538804 Prerequisite: None! This Technical Canyoneering Course (ACE-L1) is a beginner to intermediate course which teaches the skills necessary to safely descend canyons as part of a group (being a competent participant and the knowledge to recognize and implement safe canyon practices). This course is designed to quickly get the beginner up-to-speed on basics, to give both the rookie and intermediate canyoneer new tools for his/her toolbox, and will help intermediate canyoneers refine their current skill set! See a list of the TOPICS and SKILLS, Policies, and Testimonials on our website! Instructor: Klaus Gerhart - ACE Master Instructor/L5 Certified Guide, Certified Tactical Rappel Master, Wilderness First Responder, Advanced Swiftwater Rescue Technician, Whitewater Rescue Technician, Technical Rope Rescue Technician, Basic Mountaineering Instructor, Map & Compass Navigation Instructor and a Master Educator for Leave No Trace wilderness ethics.

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