Supposedly, nature is good for you. Maybe, maybe not. But it’s certainly pleasant, often verging on beautiful. We could all use a little more nature. So what better way to start off the new year than with a twice-monthly night hike up to Henninger Flats, a small hanging basin about three miles up the Mt. Wilson Toll Road trail, with beautiful views of the valley? A Mr. Richard Nyerges will be leading these hikes the second and fourth Wednesday of every month, and he promises that the pace will be leisurely. If enough people express interest, he’ll be able to have the Visitor’s Center open, which is cozy and has a little theater that shows old movies about mountains. Sounds brilliant.
Thanks to altadenablog for the tip.
Wednesday Night Hikes to Henninger Flats
Second & fourth Wednesday of every month, 7 p.m.
Hikes leave promptly from the Mt. Wilson Toll Road trail head on Pinecrest Ave., Altadena
For info contact Richard Nyerges at 626.222.5600 or firstname.lastname@example.org