Glendora Wilderness Hike (Level 2 Moderate)

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Glendora Wilderness Hike (Level 2 Moderate)

We will start the hike at the Poop Out trail. Go about a mile to the intersection of Mystic Canyon Trail. Then we will hike the Lower Monroe Truck Trail for about 1/2 mile to the Punk Out trail. If you want challenge you can go up the Punk Out Trail which is single track steep trail. Otherwise you can continue on the longer Lower Monroe Truck Trail to intersect with the Punk Out Trail. We will continue about 1/2 to go to a small summit (Summit 2760). On the way back, we will go down the Mystic Canyon Trail and then walk along the Big Dalton Road back to the parking lot.

Bring layered clothing, at least 2 liters of water, sunscreen and hat. Hiking poles are helpful.

There is no restroom facility at the parking lot and at the trails.

Distance: 7 miles
Elevation: 1600 ft

General Rating: Level 2 MODERATE, moderate pace, Download RATING TABLE (http://files.meetup.com/1554500/RATING%20TABLE.pdf) to read more about difficulty levels.

REMINDER:

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> YOU acknowledge THAT WE ARE NOT PROFESSIONALS.
> YOU ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR SAFETY
Hiking is a rewarding and pleasant activity in nature, but there are certain dangers you should be aware of. Those include, but are not limited to, trip and fall injuries, bee stings, poison oak exposure, ticks, snake bites, coyotes, mountain lions or wildlife. By signing up for this event, you agree to hold harmless the hike organizer, assistant organizers and other participants for any injuries sustained during this hike.

December 04 2020

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Date: December 4, 2020
Time: 7:00 am - 10:00 am
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Venue

Lower Monroe Truck Trail

1088 Glendora Mountain Rd
Glendora, CA 91741 US

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Organizer

HikingOC (Meet to Hike in Orange County & Travel the World)
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