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California Inland Empire - Tenaja to Fisherman's Camp

Girls Who Hike Inland Empire Official Meet-Up

This event is hosted by Girls Who Hike IE Ambassador Joy! 

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Tenaja Trail to Fisherman’s Camp
Address: Tenaja Trailhead
Date: Friday September 14th
Time: 0830am - 1230pm
Total miles: 6-8 miles RT
Total elevation gain: 521 Feet
Trail rating: Green (Mellow hike, easy to follow, elevation gain of 1,000ft and under, low altitude. Novice hikers welcome)!
All Trails Track:
Water Required: Yes, at least 2 liters. Know your body and your needs.

Dogs: NO
Permits/Passes: For this Hike an Adventure Pass is required!! If you don’t have one you can get one from Big 5, Dicks, or Rei. 
Trailhead Coordinates/Address: 33.5099° N, 117.3677° W
Eventbrite: Not Required for this hike
Kids: NO
Men: NO

***As with all GWH events, you must sign the GWH waiver before attending – it takes less than a minute to sign, and once you’ve signed it once you’re good to go for all future meetups***

Any updates will be posted on the event thread via the pinned post, and I’ll update the event description if anything changes!

Short 3-4 mile downhill hike above and along San Mateo Creek brings you to Fisherman's Camp (San Mateo Canyon Trail, Tenaja Trail, and Tenaja Falls Trail). San Mateo Canyon continues another 9.3 miles beyond the junction and you will find grassy stretches, cool Creekside oak and sycamore woodlands, and broad open areas. This trail provides some of the finest day and overnight hiking trips in the times of the year are fall, winter and spring. This trail is good for all skill levels and we will go at moderately leisurely pace! This trail is long but we will only be going down to Fisherman’s Camp and then turning around and heading back up. The trail should have a good amount of shade for a good portion of the way. There are exposed areas also so remember SPF and a hat. 
There is a possibility that there will be bugs! Be prepared with bug spray 

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As always, remember your 10 essentials, water since hydration is key, and snacks to enjoy while we take a break.!

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Later Event: September 14
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