This week we have had some AMAZING weather! Spring is drawing near and we’ve got lots of sunny days in our future!
What a better way to celebrate the coming of Spring than to enjoy a hike.
Not sure where you should head out to?
Well Day 302 of 365 Things To Do in Pasadena had got you covered by introducing you to the Pasadena Hiking Pacers.
Mission and Purpose:
The Pasadena Hiking Pacers provides a hiking club in an environment of commitment, inspiration, and enthusiasm that will lead to a state of ultimate fitness and vitality for all members. The club exists to help individuals achieve a level of fitness they never before thought possible. while enjoying the fellowship of others. –Information provided by the PasadenaHikingPacers.com
All Levels of hikers are welcome. There are no fees, no formalities, and no forms to fill out for membership either.
Just take a look at their schedule of upcoming hikes and show up at the meeting spot on Sunday at 7:00 am.
Hikes take place in Pasadena as well as surrounding areas in Los Angeles County every week.
Feel free to visit the Pasadena Hiking Pacers website for information on upcoming hikes and their recommendations.
**This is an all volunteer group so you are fully responsible for your own safety on these hikes. There are hiking coaches on the trails to provide guidance along the way.
March Scheduled Hikes
Sunday, March 13th Boney Mountain Overlook
Sunday, March 20th Bridge to Nowhere (tentative weather permitting)
Sunday, March 27th Eaton Canyon and Henninger Flats – Trash removal with The Pasadena Jaycees
Pasadena Pacers Fun Fact: Their first official hike took place on August 8th 2010 to Eaton Canyon Waterfall.
I loved that hike when I took it, I would recommend it to anyone! It’s a great way to get out there and enjoy this beautiful Southern California weather.
What are some of your favorite hiking spots? Why not Guest Author for 365 Things To Do in Pasadena and share your top picks with us.
Happy Trails to you!