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Hey there, Enthusiasts!!
Well......, it's time for another hike!
We'll be hiking in Pasadena and Eaton Canyon will be the spot of designation. This hike is on the easier side and features slight inclines and declines. The toughest part will most likely be walking on some rocks to cross the streams.
Taken from the Eaton Canyon Hike website:
"For a spectacular view of Eaton Canyon, hike to the 50-foot Eaton Canyon Waterfall. You can get there by parking in the Nature Center parking lot, crossing the wash, and continuing 1.5 miles up a slight incline. Observe parking signs carefully.
There is water at the falls year-round, but in dry seasons and during the summer months the stream bed may be partially or totally dry. It is not a steep incline, but you'll be required to climb over some rocks."
The hike will be approximately 2 to 2.5 hours long. PLEASE KNOW YOUR PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS!!
STUFF TO BRING FOR THE HIKE:
WATER, WARM SWEATER/JACKET, COMFORTABLE HIKING OR WALKING SHOES, ETC.
Afterwards, if anyone wishes we can head over to Islands or any other restaurant in the vicinity for some replenishment!
See ya' there, Enthusiasts!!