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Mt. Rubidoux - Walk to the Top After Work

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Join us for a nice up and down loop on Mt. Rubidoux - approximately 3-miles with 500-foot elevation gain.

This walk is on a paved road that rises gradually. We will walk up the longer, less steep trail to the right, take a break at the top on the cross side, and then loop back down.

We will start walking promptly at 4:00 p.m so we can get back to our cars before dark.

Rain cancels this hike.

The isolated, 1,337-foot high granite hill towering above the city’s western edge has long been a landmark to travelers and residents alike, ever since the 1880s when Riverside emerged as the quintessential Southern California citrus town. The mountain was named for one of its 19th century owners, wealthy ranchero Louis Robidoux.

http://www.hike-socal.com/hike_mount_rubidoux_trail.html

Directions:

91 E Freeway exit 91 W Freeway Exit

14th Street off ramp - left 14th Street off ramp - right

Proceed straight on 14th Street

Pass the cemetery.

Turn left on Glenwood Drive. Keep going around the bend.

After passing the Frank Miller Memorial Park sign, park in parking spots on the street near the apartments. We will be waiting at the rock wall by the sign.

~Do not leave valuables in your parked car. ~

Waiver of Liability/Disclaimer Please read before signing up for this event.

These organizers are not professional hikers or trained leaders and are not medically trained to handle emergencies. Please carry a personal medical emergency kit and any medications you need. Hiking is an inherently dangerous activity that can lead to serious injuries including but not limited to slip and fall injuries, fractures, rattlesnake bites, heat exhaustion, poison oak, ticks and frostbite. By participating in this event/hike you agree to not hold these organizers liable for any harm that may come to you, your guests, or your property. Always remember to let the event organizer know if you are leaving the group. Stay on the trail, never hike alone and use you own common sense.