Please join your fellow stairhikers as we start at Eastside Market, then head over the Victorians of Angelino Heights, and then Echo Park Lake. After the walk stay as we'll stay for sandwiches from Eastside Market.
Eastside Market (http://www.esmdeli.com/) has been in business since 1929. Today, if you want to find a City of LA worker, come here at lunch time during the week and you'll find a City of LA employee. Most will be eating either, the #7-roast beef, pastrami and cheese or #9-Italian combo, sandwich. All sandwiches are $8. They also have spaghetti, other pastas, and salads.
If you're planning to stay for sandwiches after our walk, I suggest you either place an order before the walk or call in an order during the walk. It will be pretty busy at Eastside Market when we get back.
1013 Alpine St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 250-2464 (http://www.yelp.com/biz/eastside-market-los-angeles)
Time: Please arrive at Eastside Market by 10 am.
Walk will start promptly at 10:15 am.
Walk should take about 1 hr and 20 mins.
Make sure you read the signs before parking.
Do not parking right near Eastside Market- there is a 1hr limit.
There is free UNLIMITED street parking by Eastside Market, but you may have to walk a couple blocks to find it.
Pace- Please be honest about your conditioning level!
Fast work out type pace.
Walk will finish in 1 hr and 20 mins.
You are responsible for keeping pace with the group.
Click for Route (http://www.mappedometer.com/?maproute=211432)
About 5 miles.
No crashers- Please sign up for this event. Please do not just show up.
RSVP limits are set, because a large group will cause a bottleneck on the stairs.
Please keep your RSVP updated and current. Repeated No Shows may lead to members being removed from the group.
If your plans have changed, please change your RSVP ASAP, so those on the waitlist can be given enough notice!
There usually are no restrooms along these walks. Restrooms are usually only available at the starting point of the walks.
Bring plenty of water and sunscreen.
Always wear running/tennis shoes. Open toed shoes are not a good idea for these stairs walks.
Any questions or concerns please email me, David