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Chino Hills State Park: 10 miles

  • Chino Hills State Park Entrance on Quarter Horse Drive

    3782 Quarter Horse Drive, Yorba Linda, CA (map)

    33.905140 -117.785263

  • Distance: 10 miles (if we go up North Rim Trail to Gilman Peak).

    Time: 3.5-4 hours.

    Parking: FREE street parking. There's also a lot (note its location on the entrance map below), but we're not sure if the lot is free or not. 

    PARK WEBSITE : LINK

    MAP OF THE PARK: LINK


    Hey, Humanists!

    I think we can all agree that 2016 has been brutal. So let's sweat it all out together on this 10 mile hike in Chino Hills. 
    We will likely take Easy Street to Telegraph to Four Corners. At Four Corners, we will likely take the North Rim Trail to Gilman Peak on the way back, but there are shorter options if you want to make it more of a 7-mile hike.

    Topographical Map of our path:

    Street Map of our path:

    Map of the entrance: 

    NOTE: 3782 Quarter Horse Drive is a private residence, and it's not actually where we're meeting. We'll meet on the street near the entrance to the park, which just happens to be near that address.

    We're hoping it'll be cool, but we are in Southern California, and 80-degree-plus weather is not unheard of in December, so be sure to bring plenty of water, a hat, sunscreen, snack, etc.

    Hope to see you there!

    Jenny & Brandon

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  • Richard G.

    I will be camping in Joshua Tree that day. I hope to connect with you again soon.

    November 28

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  • Jenny
    Co-Organizer,
    Event Host

    Vegan, atheist, Southern California Native.

  • Brandon H.
    Co-Organizer,
    Event Host

    Looking forward to enjoying nature with fellow freethinkers.

  • Silvio

    Greetings 2 all.

  • Heidi

    Looking forward to hiking with like minded folks

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  • Richard G.

    I'm a retired aerospace engineer, an ex-Marine, an atheist (even in the foxhole), and I love the... more

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