North County Hash
Saturday, October 24, 2009 10:00am
Cahuilla Hash and Campout
Hare(s): Piss Poor Impression, Ididahog
Location: Lake Riverside Estates near Anza
Directions: Lake Riverside Estates in the Cahuilla Valley, about four miles west of Anza. This is about 80 miles and 1.5 hours driving from Mission Valley. From San Diego, take I-15 north to Temecula, Hwy 79 south to Aguanga, left (east) on Hwy 371 for about 7 miles to Lake Riverside Dr. Turn left on Lake Riverside Dr. (the second entrance to the development, not the first) and pass through the security gate (instructions on web link above). Follow Lake Riverside Dr. to stop sign at Forest Springs. Left on Forest Springs to Tumbleweed Trail. Right on Tumbleweed to 40253 on the left side.
Run Fee: $6
Trail type: (not specified)
Dog friendly: (not specified)
Hashers and Harriettes, click the web link in this listing for more details and a map (updated 10/22)!
The trail: Turkey of about 4 miles and eagle of about 7 miles. Both trails are A-to-A. Expect deep virgin shiggy of redshank and manzanita, and sweet wandering single-track. The area is a recently designated wilderness in the San Bernardino National Forest. Plan to carry water if the weather is warm.
“… Oh, my!” Run this trail with a partner. While scouting, I found cougar tracks and spoor.
Stay overnight: Folks will be staying over Friday and Saturday nights to enjoy the breathtaking stars (weather permitting) and the fine companionship. If overnighting, bring warm clothes. See the website for info on camping, food, brew, and gate entry.
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