2020-Nov: Chino Hills SP San Juan Peak or Gilman Peak (Levels 2 to 3)

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2020-Nov: Chino Hills SP San Juan Peak or Gilman Peak (Levels 2 to 3)

Special Monday morning hike pre-Thanksgiving!

DISTANCE & ELEVATION GAIN: about 6 – 10 miles with 1000 to 1500+ft gain; completed in about 2 to 3 hours.

GENERAL RATING/DIFFICULTY: Levels 2 to 3 (Moderate) for distance, elevation and pace. Click RATING TABLE (http://files.meetup.com/1554500/RATINGe%20TABLE.pdf) to learn more about hike levels

ROUTE: We will taking South Ridge East to Easy Street crossing over to Telegraph, up to Sycamore to cut over to South Ridge on to San Juan Peak. Then head back to Quarter Horse on South Ridge. (If we have a group or few groups that are up for longer and more challenges, we will head to Gilman peak to Four Corner, etc)

BRING: Adequate water (2 to 3 liters), hat, sunscreen, snack, layered clothing to adjust to climate change. Trekking Poles are not needed, but entirely optional for this hike.

DESCRIPTION: Chino Hills State Park is unique in that it provides refuge for both biodiversity and solitude to the visitors who enjoy their outdoor experiences. There is no other location in the LA Basin were people can drive a short distance and be swept away with scenic vistas, hike, bike or ride a horse on over 65 miles of trails. At 14,102 acres the park is managed as an open space habitat where all plant and animal life are protected.

FACILITIES: Facilities are located at the trailhead.

DIRECTIONS, PARKING & FEES: Create a printable map with directions from your starting point, by clicking on the map above. Please contact me if you have any difficulties doing so.

DOGS: Sorry, dogs are not permitted on the trails.

WEATHER: Rain on the day of, (or 48 hrs. prior to) will close the park and cancel the hike. Check weather conditions the day of HERE. (http://www.weather.com/weather/today/Yorba+Linda+CA+92887)

PHOTOS: from the past hikes on different trails
Mar 2013: https://www.meetup.com/HikingOC/photos/13466772/210916812/

XMAX 2012 (http://www.meetup.com/HikingOC/photos/12341482/199819292/)

January 2011: Photos (http://www.meetup.com/HikingOC/photos/all_photos/?photoAlbumId=1235573)

April 2011: Photos (http://www.meetup.com/HikingOC/photos/all_photos/?photoAlbumId=1333253)

PARK WEBSITE: LINK (http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=648)

MAP OF THE PARK: BROCHURE (http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/648/files/ChinoHillsFinalWebLayout2016.pdf) (see page 5)

DISCLAIMER: Before undertaking any outdoor activity described on this site, it is your personal and exclusive responsibility to ensure that the activity is appropriate for you, that you have researched the activity description, and that you have proper training, equipment, and physical conditioning to safely participate in the planned activity.

REMINDER:

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November 23 2020

Details

Date: November 23
Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
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Website: Visit Event Website

Venue

Chino Hills Horse Trails Parking

3782 Quarter Horse Dr
Yorba Linda, CA 92886 US

+ Google Map

Organizer

HikingOC (Meet to Hike in Orange County & Travel the World)
Website: Visit Organizer Website

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