HIKE DATE: Saturday, March 04, 2017
MEETING TIME: 7:30am – 7:45am
(Please be there on time so you don’t miss the group. We will leave the meeting point at 7:45am)
Return Approx: 11:00am
HIKE LEAD: Janiece Cordova
HIKE LEVEL: Level 6 – (Moderate workout uphills)
WHAT IS A HIKING LEVEL?:
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HIKE DISTANCE: 4.75 Miles (Round trip)
HIKE DURATION: 2.5 Hours (approx.)
Schabarum Park trail head (corner of Colima Rd. & Azuza Ave.)
(This will be across the street from the 85°C Bakery 17170 Colima Rd. Hacienda Heights, CA 91745) Just North of the PIH building.)
NOTE: Do not park inside the PIH parking lot you may be towed. Use available street parking.
FROM LONG BEACH:
1. Take the 710 Fwy North OR the 605 Fwy North
2. Take the 60 Fwy East
3. Exit on S. Azusa Avenue
4. Make a right onto S. Azusa Avenue
5. Continue south, until you pass Colima Road
6. You can park inside Schabarum Park (for a fee of $6.00) or you can park on the street crub along Azusa Ave on the side where the PIH Buildings.
7. Meet at the area designated in the green area.
8. Please reference the map to the right.
PARKING: You can park inside Schabarum Park (for a fee of $6.00), but most hikers will park on the street crub along Azusa Ave on the side where the PIH Buildings.
HIKE WALKTHROUGH: We begin at the bottom of the Schabarum Park trailhead. Corner of Azusa and Colima. Starting with our first incline then come across a few little hills but mostly flat for the beginning of trail for about 1 mile. We will then pass a small bridge and the horse stable and continue going up hill. We will then begin going up the switch back that will take us to our first peak. We then begin going down hill with a nice decent and then continue up hill on fire road with a good amount of gain for remaining part of the hike till we reach the Electrical towers that is our half way point. You will get a great view. This is where we will be taking our extended break. Expect most of the trail to have unshaded sections on the way up. We will have short stops along the way. Then we will proceed to the fire road going down hill (dirt road) Same way we hiked up. We will have some shade as only some trail has a canopy of trees for covering but for the most part we will be exposed to the sun. Passing the horse stables and a then going over a little bridge to the connecting trail where the hike began. A total of approx 5 miles.
WATER REQUIRED. WATER CHECK WILL BE PERFORMED. If you do not take enough water or are not appropriately equipped for this hike, you will be turned away from doing this hike with us even if you show up. Please note, that we have expectations for Level 6 evening hikers. Read all the details.
REQUIREMENTS: WATER (at least 2.5 liters). Keep in mind that that the hot weather may require you to carry a little extra water than you’re used to. Electrolyte supplements in the form of tablets (to add to your water) or premixed in a sports drink or in one of your water containers.
RECOMMENDED: Comfortable hiking/sports shoes with good grip, a snack. It may be sunny so wear sunscreen and a hat if you have one.
DOG-FRIENDLY?: Experience dogs only, on a leash. You will need to pick up after your dog. Please bring additional water and a drinking container for your pet.
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?
We take your safety quite seriously, and would not like for you to attend a hike you’re not ready for. You know your body and hiking experience better than your friends. Whether you are a first-timer or an experienced hiker, please read our hike details page as the hike may not suit your experience level. We have a better experience if every hike has hikers of the intended level.
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