TRAIL NAME: El Prieto Canyon Trail at Brown Mountain
HIKE DATE: Saturday, July 27, 2019
MEETING TIME: 7:00 AM to 7:15 AM
(We’ll wait at most 15 mins after the meeting time and then caravan to the trail head parking area at 7:15 AM)
Return Approx: 11:00 AM
HIKE LEAD: Diana Herrera
HIKE LEVEL: Level 4 – (An easier moderate hike with some slight uphill sections)
WHAT IS A HIKING LEVEL?:
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HIKE DURATION: 3 hours (approx.)
HIKE DISTANCE: 4.8 miles Roundtrip (approx).
DIRECT LINK: https://goo.gl/maps/ZhV638qcnJy
HIKE WALKTHROUGH: From the parking area we walk a few hundred feet to a gate where we will walk along a paved road into the Arroyo Seco area for about the first mile and a half. Then we come to the trail head which is mostly shaded by trees and then narrows to a singletrack which is an easy to moderate trail with short inclines and descents. There are some stream crossings but no more than a foot deep however you may get your shoes wet. We make our way to the picnic benches and take our break there at the halfway mark and then return on the same path.
REQUIRED: 1 to 2 Liters of water, a snack, and a hat.
RECOMMENDED: sports/hiking shoes that you don’t mind getting wet when crossing streams (during wet seasons), a good sized snack. Sunscreen.
DOG-FRIENDLY?: Friendly (all dogs must be on leash) and must have previous hiking experience.
PARKING?: Parking is free in the Arroyo/Windsor parking lot but limited and you may have to park in the residential areas. The hike lead will indicate this at the meeting point.
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE WITH THE GROUP ON THIS HIKE?
1. Read the Hike’s Details we link at the very top of this page.
2. Make sure that the Hike Level accommodates your hiking experience.
3. If, and only if it suits you, then RSVP for this event and show up the day of the hike with all necessary gear and water (we mention everything you need on the details page for this hike).
MY FRIEND SAID I CAN DO THIS HIKE, I SHOULD BE ABLE TO DO IT, RIGHT?
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