Hike for Charity
Sat, Jun 8, 2019 at 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Bogert Trail - Palm Springs, CA
Hike for Charity - Champion Youth Outreach Programs Hike for Charity with Author of Net Made Easy. Hike one of the best views in Palm Springs. Sample the latest hiking Equipment to find out which one is best for you. Learn about nature and the hiking trails. Hiking is a powerful cardio workout that can: Build strength in your glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, and increase leg strength. Every Saturday @ 10 am Champion Youth Outreach Programs, a nonprofit organization, has championed the cause of quality sports and recreation programs including program scholarships. We are dedicated to promoting youth activities in a positive and wholesome environment where children acquire life-long skills. Our sports and recreation programs instill confidence, discipline and self-esteem; they promote physical fitness as a lifestyle; and they nurture self-respect and respect for others. These qualities are essential to a sense of well-being and they are vital for ensuring success in and out of school. Author of NET Made Easy will give you Nutrition-Exercise-Tips! Place: Bogert Trail Time: 10 am Day: Saturday RSVP: Here Bogert Trail - Palm Springs CA Named for Frank Bogart - the famed Cowboy Mayor of Palm Springs. Take South Palm Canyon towards the Indian Canyons and turn left onto a street named Bogert Trail. Continue to the end of the street and park in the parking lot. The following is some information that will be helpful to you. 1. KNOW YOUR LIMITS Hike for Charity-Champion Youth Outreach Programs Hike location and difficulty level will be provided prior to each hike to help members determine if a hike fits into their available time and hiking stamina. It is up to each hiker to participate in hikes that are within his/her abilities. Each hiking activity will be rated through grade A-C, the following is the explanation of the ratings: Level A - Easy hike. Some hills. Level B - Moderate for most people. Some steep hills. Level C - Strenuous, steep hills 2. BE PREPARED Each hiker is responsible for carrying an adequate amount of water, food, and basic first aid kit. Hike length and time can vary substantially from estimates, due to weather, rest breaks, etc. Temperature, terrain, and time are all factors in determining your water and food requirements. It is a good idea to carry more water than you think you will need. Select clothing and footwear that are suited to the terrain and weather; such as substantial hiking shoes or boots and layers of lighter weight clothing. There are many websites that list appropriate clothing and gear for hiking. It is advisable to carry emergency contact information, in the event of injury or illness. 3. CHECKING IN ON HIKE DAY Registered members must sign in at the Hike for Charity meeting location, listing their name and cell phone number. Double check that you have your cell phone with you, it is charged, and turned on. Cell phones don't always work in canyons, but having the phones and numbers available is often helpful. 4. GUEST POLICY Everyone who participates in a Hike for Charity hike must have a signed waiver on file. There may be instances when hiking members have guests who want to participate in a hike. Guests may participate in hikes; however, a waiver must be on file prior to departing on the first hike. We hope this information is helpful to you, but realize that you may have other questions. A member of the Board of the Champion Youth Outreach Programs will be available to provide answers - or to direct you to the appropriate resources. We're all looking forward to a safe and fun hike. 5. NO PETS To protect the wild life they do not allow pets on the Hiking trails. Most U.S. national parks, for example, do not allow even a leashed dog to share the trail. Hiking trails are protected for Big Horn sheep survival. Dogs put a high level of stress on the Big Horn sheep.