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Take a Hike Yucaipa! is Saturday Mar. 14
Saturday, March 14 is the next Take a Hike Yucaipa! on Oak Glen Creek Basins Trail. The trail is located on Bryant Street between Oak Glen Road and Panorama Drive on the East side of Bryant. Organizers for Take a Hike Yucaipa! advise those planning to join the hike to look for the Take a Hike flags for the starting point of the hike.
The hike will begin at 9:00 am. There are two options for this hike with one choice rated a moderate hike and taking about 1 hour to 90 minutes long. Parking is available at the Mousley Museum of Yucaipa History at 35308 Panorama Drive.
The trails for Saturday’s hike are stroller and dog friendly for leashed dogs. The trails are regarded as suitable for all ages.
As always, hikers are urges to come prepared – wear comfortable clothes and shoes and bring water and snacks for each hiker, including your four-legged friends. Be prepared for California’s variable weather – as needed bring sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat or, if needed, rain gear in the form of waterproof and/or water-repellant clothing, jackets, hats and/or umbrellas. Wearing warm jackets and/or windbreakers is advisable.
Saturday the 14th is predicted to be partly cloudy with a low of 44° and a high of 68°. Winds are estimated to be WSW at 9 mph and the possibility for rain is 20 percent. But the weather is always subject to change so check on the weather forecast as Saturday nears. If it is indeed raining more than a light drizzle, the hike may be canceled.
Hikes are sponsored and guided by volunteers from Yucaipa’s Trails & Open Space and Healthy Yucaipa Committees and the Parks & Recreation Commission. All hikes are free to the public.