Come and join me at the outdoor gym for a workout/fast paced socially distanced hike to the Boney Overlook! We won’t hike to Boney today but the overlook trail should be a workout! Maybe some greener hills to see too. Plan on possibly hiking in water or mud.
Distance: 7 Miles
Elevation Gain: 1200+Ft
Difficulty:Intermediate or Advanced we will not wait for slower hikers
Water Fountain: No
Parking: Free at Wendy and Potrero
Trail: Out and back might be muddy or water
Sunset: 7:36 pm bring flashlight or headlamp just to be safe
Weather: Rain or high winds cancels hike
Known Dangers: Rattlesnakes, slip-‘n-fall, poison oak.
Bring: Poles if you need them to help you keep from slipping in mud or gravel, light layer, flashlight or headlamp and snack for when we reach the endpoint.
Wear shoes with good traction in case it is slippery in mud or water.
Sunscreen and hat
2-3 Liters of water is recommended even if it is cool. Also good practice for carrying for longer hikes.
COVID-19 DISCLAIMER / RULES
Please follow the guidelines under the California Department of Public Health (CDPH). https://covid19.ca.gov/
COVID information for Ventura and LA counties:
Your participation means you agree with the observance of mandated COVID-19 safety measures and you agree to follow these rules:
• Each participant will observe social distancing of 6 ft. among ourselves.
• It is required to carry a mask and wear it through the duration of the hike. Of course we remove our masks when we can but…
• Be considerate and wear your mask when near each other or near other hikers passing by.
• Cover your mouth with your elbow if you need to sneeze or cough.
DISCLAIMER / RELEASE OF LIABILITY:
• You must RSVP to attend this event, no exceptions.
• If you choose to sign up for any event, you are releasing the organizers of PM Hikers from all liability in case of possible injuries.
• The organizers of PM Hikers are not trained leaders and we do not confirm the qualifications of any of its members to lead or participate in trips. By participating in any posted event, you’re taking responsibility for your own safety and well-being.
• Hiking and other outdoor events are inherently dangerous and accidents can happen. All participants take full responsibility for their own actions.
• Your personal safety depends on your own judgment and experience.