Ihunaanya Adventure To Bridge To Nowhere


Happy Travels Adventurista,

Ihunaanya: Understand Your Impact welcomes you to our first adventure of 2018 at Bridge to Nowhere, on January 27-28. Bridge to Nowhere is a hike trekking down the East Fork of the San Gabriel River, featuring multiple river crossings, plenty of opportunities to swim, historic sections of unfinished roads and tunnels, and the Bridge to Nowhere--a 120ft high bridge in the middle of the canyon.

This adventure is a 2-day, 1-night camp out including a 10 mile hike (5mi in, 5mi out), Mindfulness Meditation by Dominique Alston, yoga, a Happiness workshop by Happy Daisy, Chakra Alignment with Zoya Yaseka, and [the option of] Bungee Jumping (with local service, Bungee Jump America). Make sure you have officially purchased your ticket for this adventure by clicking HERE!

The address is Sheep Mountain at East Fork Road, Azusa, CA 91702. The group will be meeting at Coyote Flat at the end of East Fork Rd at 7:00 a.m., January 27. We suggest carpooling. A Wilderness Permit will be required so please email a reply if you will be driving your own car to the location. Ihunaanya board members will have limited permits available for $6.00 each. They can also be purchased locally. The group will pack out at 11:00 a,m., January 28, arriving back to the parking lot at approximately 2:00 p.m.

Think LIGHT! It is easy to overpack. To prepare for this event, here is a tentative list of camping supplies you will need:

Your CampKitchen:

Canteen or Camelback

at least 2L of water

Water Filtration System (optional)

2 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner (if you need help figuring out what to bring, email a reply) ***Food will not be provided

Personal Mug (for hot tea/coffee)

Mess Kit (Bring your own reusable bowl/plate & utensils)

Snacks

Backpack:

Sleeping Bag

Yoga Mat

Pillow Case (stuff clothing inside)

Tent

Head Lamp or Flashlight

Bag for Personal Trash

Personal Tissue

Toothbrush, Toothpaste & Toiletries (i.e., Lip Balm, Sunscreen)

Small Towel

Small Blanket

Daytime:

Hiking Boots

Flip Flops/Sandals (for after the hike)

Hiking Socks (***AVOID COTTON. Wearing cotton on the trail is asking for blisters. Choose wool or synthetic hiking socks)

Comfortable, Moisture-Wicking Hiking Clothing (Layer your clothing to be efficient): shorts/pants, short & long sleeve shirt, warm jacket, swimwear)

Hat/Bandana/Sweatband

Sun Shades

Nighttime:

Onesie (optional)

Thermals

Sweatpants

Scarf/Beanie

Socks

Gloves

Optional:

Jetboil (for extra sources of hot water)

GoPro

Instruments for Campfire

Journal & Pen

Personal First Aid Kit (***Ihunaanya always keeps one on hand)

Whistle

Hothands (to keep your hands warm at night)

External Charger

This location has portable potty's at the beginning of the trail head, after the hike begins, there is no restrooms or running water available. Ihunaanya keeps water filtration systems but we highly recommend preparing to "rough it!"

If this is your first camping experience, please let us know so we can help you navigate this adventure safely. Ihunaanya is well versed in this particular trail so it will not be hard. Ok, time to pack! We will be checking back in on you soon!

With Love in Our Hearts,

Dominique Alston

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Ihunaanya: Understand Your Impact

Founder: Dominique Alston

Co-Founder: Kellie Thornton

910.658.4985 || 919.593.9408

ihunaanyauyi@gmail.com


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