Hiking Adventures

A major part of Cub Scouting is enjoying healthy fun in the great outdoors. We strive organize a hike every few months. Siblings, parents, family and friends are always welcome!

Cub Scout Treks

About Hiking:
A major part of Cub Scouting is enjoying healthy fun in the great outdoors. We strive to organize a trek every few months. Hikes are, in most cases free. Siblings, parents, family and friends are always welcome! Some hikes make include additional activities like Nature Center tours.

What to bring on a hike:
Always bring water!  A small first aid kit is recommended.  Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and season-appropriate clothing.  Depending on the weather, you may also want to bring:  raingear, sunscreen, sunglasses, bug repellent, etc. If you have a compass, feel free to bring it along for some basic orienteering instruction.  Cameras are always welcome. Scouts should only bring hiking staffs if they’re prepared to use them only as hiking staffs (not “lightsabers”).  Small amounts of healthy snacks (like trail mix or granola bars).  Some hikes may include stops for brown bag lunches.

What NOT to bring:
Unhealthy snacks or beverages. Video games, music players, other types of electronics or pets.

Six Essentials

First aid kit
Filled water bottle
Flashlight
Trail food
Sun protection
Whistle

Past Hikes

Millard Falls

Altadena, CA

Michael D. Antonovich Trail

San Dimas, CA

Gabrielino Trail

Azusa, Ca

Horsethief Canyon Park

San Dimas, CA

Bonelli Regional Park

San Dimas, CA

Big Dalton Canyon

Glendora, Ca

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