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This hike is not closed, but because it's very different from our usual hikes (and harder than most of them), we would like people to answer some questions before we move them from the waitlist to the hike proper.* For people who come on our evening hikes, you should regularly do hikes at level 4 and above to go on this hike. Thanks for your understanding, and please let us know if you have any questions.
Moderately strenuous hike involves 9 miles RT, 3000' gain to Mt. Lukens (5075'), highest point in the City of Los Angeles! Hike is strictly on trail, but some of it is steep. No beginners. Rain or excessive heat cancels.
Bring: 2 quarts of water, lunch, lug soled boots/shoes, suitable clothing layers, hat, and sunscreen.
• Sue Schohan --[masked] [masked]
• Agustin Godinez --[masked] [masked]
• Joe Young -[masked] [masked]
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Directions: From I-210 east or westbound in La Crescenta take the Pennsylvania Avenue exit north to Foothill Boulevard.Turn left (west) onto Foothill Boulevard and go to New York Ave.Turn right (north) on New York Ave and go ~1 mile until it ends. Turn left (west) onto Markridge Road and go 1/10 mile to the Deukmejian Wilderness Park entrance, which will be on the right. Drive north into the park, and park in the large gravel parking area. Unlimited parking.
*If you can't see the questions on your mobile device, please just send one of us an email stating which level(s) of evening hikes you do with the Griffith Park Section (if any), and listing a few of the harder hikes you've done in the past 3 months.