Rubio Canyon Hike

Oct 25, 2010

Help the Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy celebrate its recent land acquisition with a Saturday-morning hike in Rubio Canyon with author and historian Michele Zack as your guide. The author of Altadena: Between Wilderness & City and the new Southern California Story: Seeking the Better Life in Sierra Madre, Zack is full of great stories about the San Gabriels. The route will follow the right-of-way trail for the old Mount Lowe Railway, and will encompass historical sites and waterfalls. Oh, and it’s free… and shouldn’t be too strenuous.

Rubio Canyon Hike
with Michele Zack
Saturday, October 30,  9 a.m.
Free, but RSVP required; email

1 Response for “Rubio Canyon Hike”

  1. The last WOODEN TRESTLE, in RUBIO CANYON burned in 1976. I have NO EXAGERATION, hiked to Echo Mountain over 300 times. Hiking up the INCLINE, is SAFE. The Trail, is nicer! The water dept. sought it’s revenge on the Canyon, by covering the falls, I imagine, it has washed through by now. THANK YOU.



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