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Whitewater Preserve, October 17 2014

 
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2015 12:10 pm    Post subject: Whitewater Preserve, October 17 2014  Reply with quote

A quick training hike the weekend before our   C2C attempt.
 Whitewater Preserve, October 17 2014  

White Water Canyon Preserve Exploration || Distance: 7 mi || Duration: ~4 hours || Gain/Loss: 1,280′ || Net Elevation Gain (at Max Elevation): +1,206′ || Max Elevation: 3,405′ || Difficulty: Easy

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The view for our 'summit.'

   
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San Jactino's profile. C2C climbs from the desert floor ~515' to ~10,800'

 
Our 'summit.' You can see Riley (my dog) and Mirian (red jacket) coming down the ridge
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