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It's that time of year again where we all get to hike outside on a mild, California Christmas day while the rest of the country freezes it's ass off!
Let's do a picturesque hike in Wildwood park. We'll spot a giant lizard, cross a wide creek, and take in the only year-round waterfall in Thousand Oaks, thanks to the miracle of the city's drainage system!
Photos from last year:
Who are these people?!
One of our four-legged members (the one on the left, not the right!)
Beautiful, huh? Well we're not going here.
Useless hike stats (all are approximate):
Distance: 4 miles
Duration: 2 hours
Trail: varying wide and single track packed earth and a couple of precarious creek-crossings!
There are restrooms located halfway through our hike, but I can't vouch for their cleanliness or accessibility
This hike is suitable for the fit beginner as well as the more seasoned hiker. Doggies are allowed on this one as long as you pick up and pack out their poop. Thanks for your cooperation!
Don't forget you're all bound by my hike waiver, which you can read on the Pages tab.