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6/3: Eaton Canyon Trail w/ Ryan Harrigan

Updated: Oct 13, 2023

Start: June 3rd, 2023 8:30 am

End: June 3rd, 2023 1:00 pm

Join us for a fun excursion to Eaton Canyon Falls in the Angeles National Forest! This is a moderate 4.4 mile out and back trail that is known for its 40 ft. tall waterfall, native plants, and multiple creek crossings. Water, sunscreen, snacks, and shoes/clothes you can get wet are a must.

Joining us on this hike is a returning professor, Ryan Harrigan, who has joined us on two previous hikes. He's an assistant professor of the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability and often gives guest lectures in environment oriented classes. Ryan studies evolutionary biology and ecology and has published many papers on the topic. His current research focuses on migratory birds and the impact industrial solar energy facilities may be having on them. He's sure to have lots of fun bird facts to share on the hike and is looking forward to pointing out lots of birds to all of us along the way! He's also excited to chat about other aspects of science, the outdoors, graduate school or just life in general, so this is a trip you won't want to miss!

Trip Lead: Sierra Hagen

Trip sign-ups are NOW OPEN and will close on Wednesday, May 31st at 11AM! From there, hikers will be randomly chosen (with drivers getting priority), so anyone who signs up within that time period will have an equal chance of getting on the hike.

Sign up here!



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