Many of you requested that we should start a half hour earlier because of the weather. In our group the majority rules! : D
We will meet @ 8:30 AM until we get a cooler days.
Last year many of you expressed concern about the weather during the summer. Please note we will still meet at the De Anza Park but we may drive a short distance where there are trees, breeze and shade.
These are different times and the ground rules have changed. If you would like to attend, please message or call Gabe @ 818-999-1257. It will make it easier manage the attendees.
If you have any suggestions where to hike near by, please feel free to say so.
** If we hike starting at the De Anza Park, we might be crossing into the “State Park” area where dogs are not allowed. You might get a ticket. (Sorry, need to post this warning so no one can say they did not know). MORE INFO: https://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=21305
=============== The details =====================
MEETUP TIME: Meet @ 8:30 AM the De Anza Park.
DISTANCE: The hike will be no more than 5 miles at an easy to moderate pace, and will take between two and three hours.
=============== Directions ====================
Directions from US 101:
From the south/east, use the Las Virgenes Exit and head towards the beach. In 1.7 miles, turn right onto Lost Hills, go just past the park and make a u-turn into the parking lot.
From the north/west, use the Lost Hills Road exit, turn right and go 1.2 miles and turn right into the parking lot.
============ Policy & Disclaimer ================
NEW CDH POLICY: Any member with two NO SHOWS on CDH events since Jan. 1st 2017 will lose their membership with CDH. Members will not be allowed on this and future events until they have updated their CDH profile by answering the new questions as well as having a recognizable face photo of themselves.
Rain or RED FLAG warning cancels the hike. We will reschedule if is practical.
FOR THOSE who sign up for the hike, you are releasing ALL Calabasas Day Hikers and it’s organizers, leaders and sweeps from ALL liability and damages for any event that may or may not be their fault.
Event goers are 100% responsible for themselves. So hike with care and be mindful on how to help your fellow/fella hiker should they need assistance. The event leader will assist anyone in need to the best of their ability.
Thank you and enjoy each day!