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Great Hikes... with dogs

Welcome to my two-part series on hiking in the San Gabriel Mountains.  Owen, my golden retriever, and I have recently started hiking together.  I’m not entirely sure why we haven’t done more of this before; being out in nature is a fun way to bond with each other.  994 more words

1 Person Killed, 2 Others Trapped After Crash Near Mount Baldy in Angeles National Forest

One person died and two others were trapped after a vehicle drove off a cliff and fell more than 500  feet near Mount Baldy in the Angeles National Forest, California Highway Patrol officials said Sunday. 155 more words

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We Went to a Great Hiking Trail... and Did a Lot More Than Just Hike!

A few days ago, a couple friends and I went to Veterans Memorial Park in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Sylmar. It’s at the edge of the Angeles National Forest, and after just a little while, you’re surrounded by nature and quickly forget you’re next to the second-largest city in the country. 424 more words

Mama Bear, Cub Wander the Hallways at School in Altadena

A female black bear and cub wandered down the hallway at a charter school at the edge of the Angeles National Forest in Altadena Tuesday. 215 more words

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Firefighters Face Rough Terrain as They Continue to Battle 50-Acre Mount Wilson Blaze

Firefighters were still battling a 50-acre wildfire that is threatening the historic Mt. Wilson Observatory and a collection of vital communications towers in the San Gabriel Mountains. 147 more words

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30-Acre Brush Fire on Mount Wilson 25% Contained After Threatening Structures, Including Communication Towers

A brush fire burning near the observatory on Mount Wilson Tuesday that threatened several structures — including the communication towers located at the top of the peak — has scorched 30 acres and was 25 percent contained. 370 more words

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New Page Additions July through September 2017.

Below is a list of links to new and updated pages between July and the end of September 2017. Unexpected off trail distractions (including a mild injury) were many this quarter. 340 more words

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