• What we'll do
It's that time again, mountains to conquer, valleys to explore, backpacking trips to enjoy, but if you are like me, time to get in shape again.
The way this hiking series works:
Part 1 - Not ready for Prime Time - Completed
Part 2 - Almost Ready for Prime Time- Completed
Part 3- Ready for Prime Time- 7- 10 miles along with one of the six pack of mountain hikes 2 Saturdays a month over June, July and August.
Thursday I will post a Boat Cyn Hike for those who want more mileage 5 to 8 miles.
CHECK THE COMMENTS for each Tuesday's hike, there will be a map along with a description so you can go at your own pace. Please print a map and description if you are not familiar with the trail.
The park closes at sunset so make sure you leave enough juice in the tank to get back in the same amount of time.
Each week the hikes will get longer as we will have more daylight.
.. Any takers?
DISCLAIMER: Group organizer and assistant organizers assume no liability; hike at your own risk. By being a member of this group you hereby agree to assume all risks and liability related to or resulting from any group functions. You agree that neither you nor any third party will hold any of the group's leaders, officers, or representatives liable for any injury, loss, or damage to your own person or any members of your family, friends, acquaintances, children, pets, or property, arising directly or as a consequence from a group activity. You also agree that your membership of this group is based on an "at will" basis.
• What to bring
Please bring a good attitude, water, light, hat, sunscreen, trek poles if needed.
• Important to know
The trail is shared with cyclists, so please allow space for both hikers and cyclists to share the road. If you see a cyclist coming please give a courtesy alert by yelling bike. Move to the right and allow the cyclist to pass on the left. Spring brings out the rattlesnakes, so just be aware. If we have a large group I will stay with the core group, and there will be no sweep.