Badger Hills Ft. Ord "Wondering Around" and "Lookout Peak" 11.5 Miles
ted richardson @tedrichardson
Guidotti Road - Salinas, CA
Salinas-Monterey Highway (68)
Sat, Jul 27, 2019 at 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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Let's do this PLUS hike to stay in shape. The climb is 2100 ft and hike is 11.5 miles long. This hike is a moderate hike.... but be prepared for the 11.5 miles distance! Route: We start at the Fort Ord National Monument (Badger Hills) parking lot. We will take Gudotti Rd.... at about two miles we may choose to take "Sergio's Loop"... from there we will pass by the Laguna Seca Race Track. Will then take the route towards Look-out Peak. We may get lost or not!! An ADVENTURE!! Bring a camera... so that when our skeletons are found... they will know us from the pictures on our cameras!! Ha Ha ... just kidding!! Bring snacks, Lunch and 2-3 liters of water Driving Directions: The trail-head is on Highway 68 about a mile south of Reservation Road and a half mile north of San Benancio and across the highway from Toro Cafe. (See our map). You can see a parking area and restrooms from the highway. There is a sign denoting Fort Ord National Monument which you can see as you turn into the entrance road, but may not see approaching it. Restrooms on site in parking area. NOTE: Dogs are OK. RESPONSIBILITY: Please be aware that we expect you to take responsibility for your safety while we are out on the trails. Joining hikes with the Monterey Bay Area Hiking Group is entirely voluntary and participants assume the full risks associated with the activities. It is each hiker's responsibility to ensure that he/she is in sufficient fitness and health to participate in the hiking activity, and to bring appropriate water, food, clothing, first aid, and navigation equipment for the conditions. The Monterey Bay Area Hiking Group and the individual hike organizers make no representation or warranties about the quality, safety, or supervision of these activities. We understand that your "Yes" RSVP to this event means you accept this. For more information regarding safety, please refer to the Monterey Bay Area Hiking Group "About" section for more details.