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Sat, May 14


Bridge to Nowhere - Trailhead

Bridge to Nowhere Hike with the Hunnies

Come hike one of the most scenic trails in Southern California! This day excursion will be a 10 mile hike to Bridge to Nowhere :) (RSVP Required)

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Bridge to Nowhere Hike with the Hunnies
Bridge to Nowhere Hike with the Hunnies

Time & Location

May 14, 2022, 8:30 AM – 6:30 PM PDT

Bridge to Nowhere - Trailhead, Camp Bonita Rd, La Verne, CA 91750, USA

About the Event


Saturday, May 14th, 2022

Bridge to Nowhere


Coordinator: Jen Yonda

☼ MEETING TIME 8:30am, HIKE SARTS 9:00am.

HIKE DURATION: 8 hours (Approx., with frequent breaks + lunch stop)

HIKE LENGTH: 10 Miles (Approx.)

HIKE LEVEL: Intermediate, this isn't the trail for a casual hour walk, it's a full day commitment!

ELEVATION GAIN: between 950-1400 ft

✳️  All Hikes subject to change due to weather or trail conditions.

✳️  Add us Instagram @la.skate.hunnies

✳️  Make sure you have a full gas tank ready!

✳️  Multiple stream crossings-- bring a change of socks or waterproof shoes

✳️  Please read ALL email correspondence about the hike :)

We will meet at the Trail Head 8:30am and start our Hike at 9:00am, SHARP!

The Bridge to Nowhere Trail Head Directions

The city of Azusa is located off the 210 freeway approx. 2 miles east of the 210/605 freeway intersection.

From 210/605 intersection, follow 210 freeway east 2 miles.

Exit the 210 freeway at Azusa Ave. (Also named: Highway 39).

When you exit the 210 fwy, set your odometer to “Zero”. Your driving directions from this point will be measured using the 210 fwy exit as your starting point. Follow Azusa Ave. Northbound through downtown Azusa heading towards the mountains. Mile mark 3: You will pass the Angeles National Forest Information Center. Continue on San Gabriel Canyon Road as it heads into the mountains. (There is NO cellular service beyond this point!) Approx. mile mark 11.5: Turn right onto East Fork Road and go over a long brown steel bridge. Continue on East Fork Road. Approx. mile mark 16.6: You will come to a “3-Way Intersection” with East Fork Road, and Camp Bonita Road. Turn left onto Camp Bonita Road (Do not turn right onto Glendora Mountain Road). Go approx, 1/4 mile on Camp Bonita Road and cross over a white wooden bridge. Continue 1/2 mile past the wooden bridge until the road dead ends in a paved parking lot.

• If you are meeting to carpool with someone, make sure you give yourself enough time to get to the trail head on time.


1. RSVP to this event and look out for an email with more info!

2. Stay up to date on event info via our IG/FB stories @la.skate.hunnies

3. Make sure this is not your first California hike! This is a loooong hike with little shade in parts, so bring adequate gear and LOTS of water!

4. ONLY invite your friends that you think will want to do this hike.

5. Check back for the group picture and tag yourself and friends on IG and FB :)


* If you have plans on splitting from the group, please don’t attend this hike.

* If you have time constraints, please don’t attend!

* Please note there is some moderate incline on this trail.

* Pack 3 liters of water for this trail

* No dogs allowed on this hike


✔ Water (3 liters)

✔ Water shoes or shoes that have good grip, we'll be traversing wet rock!


Gatorade (2 liters)



Sun screen

Sun Glasses


Extra pair of socks

Bug spray

And a smile ;,)


This hike is approximately 10 miles, round-trip. With an elevation gain between 950-1400 ft, we will cross the river a total of 12 times. The river is about 3 1/2 ft deep and 20ft wide, with the water running fast and cold. Along the way, we will get to see the famous Swan Rock. Our goal will be to reach the bridge which was built in 1930 as a connector from the San Gabriel Valley to Wrightwood.


LA Skate Hunnies and its Coordinators, Leads, and Support Team do not take responsibility for any harm, bodily injury, accidents, or damage to personal property. By clicking "Attending," or attending, you confirm that you understand that all outdoor activities such as hiking, backpacking, and trekking have an associated danger, and will not hold LA Skate Hunnies and its Coordinators, Leads, and Support Team responsible for any hazard to your well being. Additionally, you will not be allowed to participate with the group if you are not adequately prepared with enough water, the right gear, equipment, and/or nutrition essential to complete the hike. You are fully responsible for yourself.


By Attending our meetups you grant permission to LA Skate Hunnies to use photographs and/ or video taken of you during this event for use in publications, website, and other forms of media without notifying you. You hereby waive any right to inspect or approve the finished photographs or printed electronic matter that may be used in conjunction with them now or in the future, whether that use is known to you or unknown, and I waive any right to royalties or other compensation arising from or related to the use of the photograph(s) and/or video.

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