Hacienda Hills Trailhead
Saturday, November 04, 2017
Coordinator: Effin Gentry
☼ MEETING TIME 8:45am
HIKE DURATION: 4 Hours (approx)
HIKE LENGTH: 4-5 Miles (Round trip)
ELEVATION GAIN: 600-700ft.
✳️ All hikes subject to change due to weather or trail conditions.
✳️ Please read ALL the general requirements and guidelines which apply to this hiKe on this event page!
trailhead at 7th ave & Orange
1599 S. 7th Avenue,
Hacienda Heights, CA
We will leave 15 minutes after the meeting time!
PARKING: Parking is free but may prove challenging due to the limited space. We may need to park on nearby neighborhood streets.
Beginner 3 - Easy hiKes, approximately 3-6 miles rount-trips, moderate pace, with possible low to moderate inclines. Intended for firest time hiKers with an active life style, teen, some children and some dogs.
This is a moderate uphill incline workout. We will then hike back down Coyote trail which we will then determine to hike to the second water tower on the west end of the hills. This area is flat terrain with no incline.
HOW DO I PARTICIPATE WITH THE GROUP ON THIS HIKE?
1. Like our page
2. Read the all the HiKe’s Details on this event page.
3. Make sure that the HiKe Level accommodates your hiKing experience.
4. 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).
NOTES FROM THE HIKE COORDINATOR:
* If you have plans on splitting from the group, please don’t attend this hike.
* If you have time constraints, please don’t attend this hiKe.
* There is no charge for parking.
* Please note there is some moderate incline on this trail.
* Pack enough water for this trail
** Strollers are not permitted
** Dogs allowed
A WATER CHECK WILL BE PERFORMED.
* If you are not adequately prepared, gear or conditioning, you will be turned back for your safety and that of the group
✔ HiKing Boots/ comfortable walking shoes
Water - 1 to 2 liters
And a smile ♡♡♡
IS IT DOG-FRIENDLY? Yes. Dogs must be on a leash. You must pick up after your dog. And carry a small container to give them water
MY FRIEND SAID I COULD DO THIS HIKE; I SHOULD BE ABLE TO DO IT, RIGHT:
Contrary to popular belief, 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 suite your experience level. We will have a better experience if every hiKe has hiKers of the intended level.
✳️ Please take the time to check out the event page on Facebook for informational pieces leading up to the hiKe. If you do not have a smart phone or are not on Facebook, it is your responsibility to gain access to the event page on Facebook, at least the night before or morning of, and check if any UPDATES have been made. It is your responsibility
HiKing-with-Friends, coordinator, participants do not take responsibility for any harm, bodily injury, accidents, or damage to personal property. By clicking “Attending,” or attending the hiKe, you confirming that you understand that all outdoor activity such as hiKing, backpacking, and trekking have an associated danger, and will not hold any coordinator, HiKing-with-Friends, or any group associated responsible for any hazard to your well being. Additionally, you will not be allowed to participate with the group if you are not adequately prepared with enough water and the right gear, equipment, nutrition essential to complete the hike. You are fully responsible for yourself!
PHOTO/VIDEO CONSENT WAIVER:
By Attending our hiKes you grant permission to HiKing-with-Friends to use photographs and/ or video taken of you during this event for use in publications, website, and other forms of media without notifying you. You hereby waive any right to inspect or approve the finished photograghs or printed electronic matter that may be used in conjunction with them now or in the or in the future, whether that use is known to you or unknown, and I waive any right to royalties or other compensation arising from or related to the use of the photogragh(s) and/ or video..
Not only will you gain physical benefits from hiking, but you will be able to enjoy beautiful views, discover new places, meet new and friendly people, gain peace of mind, gain balance in life and you will discover that you can be happier! :)
Hacienda Hills Trailhead