Saturday, July 7
Bridge to Nowhere
This is one of the club’s favorite hikes. It is 10 miles RT with little to no gain. However, there are many major water crossings where you have to go into the water. You will need to either wear water/hiker sandals, or bring a change of shoes and a towel for water crossings, which takes WAY too much time for so many crossings. Please consider water shoes or shoes that can get wet like tennis shoes. Shorts or quick drying pants are a must. You will be in and out of the river, sometimes on a piece of old washed out road, sometimes on a trail, and sometimes you will be bouldering. The scenery is magnificent and there is a possibility of seeing Big Horn Sheep. The incredible bridge is 125 ft above the river, suspended in time in the canyon, all that remains from a huge 100’ wall of water that came down the canyon in 1938. Don’t miss this one, and bring your camera, lunch, and plenty of water. (Bandaids might also come in handy). Adventure Pass required for drivers.
Meet at 7:00 AM at Towsley Cyn for carpooling to the trailhead at 7:15. If you want to Bungee jump, you can make reservations for that. See both links below!
Directions to the Trail Head:
The Trail Head is located on the 39 North of Azusa. Take 210 fwy exit the 39 North. Turn right over
the dam bridge. Continuing to the parking area at the end of the East fork road. The parking lot fills up quickly. You may have to park along the road.
We'll meet at the last lot near the outhouses at about 8AM. Drivers must display A National Forest Adventure Pass, available from the Ranger on Hwy 39, REI, Big 5 or Sports Chalet.
Rated: Moderate to Difficult