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Morgan Territory/Mt Diablo

  • Oct 26, 2013 · 8:30 AM
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October 26 - 8:30 am (Departure Time)
San Lorenzo
Leader: Vern Buck
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Morgan Territory/Mt Diablo. Strenuous - We begin at the Finley Road entrance to Morgan Territory (roadside parking about 1.25 miles east from
Tassajara Road, no facilities). We will hike up to Highland Ridge, then
we will head north into Mt Diablo S.P., passing through the
"amphitheater". This will be a loop of about 10 miles and 1400 to 1600
feet elevation gain. This hike features a sulphurous spring, ridge top
views, and perhaps a cougar's paw print.

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  • TJ

    Sorry couldn't make it after all.

    October 26, 2013

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