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Brian
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11/30/2021
Brian
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I'm not one of the organizers of this group, but I go on their hikes sometimes. Their schedule is public, so I think it's OK for me to post it here in case anyone is interested and doesn't use Facebook. I plan to go on next Saturday's hike. The description is vague, but based on what they've done in the past I think it's a plateau between Davies and Myer valleys.

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12/6/2021
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Some pics from Saturday's hike.





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Rocko1
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12/6/2021
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Looks like a nice area. Was it in the Coyote Wilderness?
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Brian
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12/6/2021
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32.710278°N 116.040343°W

It might be part of the Jacumba Wilderness.
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1/5/2022
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Latest calendar of hikes.
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3/22/2022
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On Saturday I did a hike with the Jacumba Hikers in Myer Valley

This initial section of bouldering was steep but quicker than Schad's route, which I had done previously


crossing Myer Valley


picking up the BP road that goes toward Pinto


we went to the head of Pinto, then turned around. This ended up being an 8.5 mile loop


palm oasis in Boulder Creek on the return



crossing under I-8
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Rocko1
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3/23/2022
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Very nice. I always wanted to explore that area. Do you know if there are any springs or seeps in that area?
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3/23/2022
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I think I remember seeing a trip report that mentioned water further down in Pinto near the petroglyphs. But I'm not certain enough about that to rely on it.
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