**CANCELLED DUE TO FIRE ACTIVITY, POOR AIR QUALITY, AND FOREST CLOSURES**
EASTERN SIERRAS – HORSESHOE MEADOWS
Another difficult climb as we climb some giant switchbacks on the flanks of the Sierra with an incredible vista of the wide open Owens Valley! A false summit is followed by a short descent before climbing resumes to Horseshoe Meadows (el. 10,080'). On the way back to town we’ll cycle through the lovely Alabama Hills. SHORT route starts just before the first big switchback at 6,500’. The EZ START option (need carpool) follows the SHORT route, then glides all the way back down to Lone Pine. Carry your lunch and a lot of water for the ride (water is only available at summit). This ride is co-listed with ACTC.
EASTERN SIERRA ESCAPE TOUR INFO (Please REGISTER if attending)
INFO: Guy Shuman (email@example.com or 650-704-0895)
LONG START: Meet at the Best Western Frontier Motel, 1008 S. Main St., Lone Pine, CA. at 8:15 am for a prompt 8:30 departure.
SHORT/EZ START: Meet at 8:45 am for a prompt 9:00 departure at roadside pull off just before the first large switchback. From Lone Pine drive 3.5 miles south to RIGHT on Lubken Canyon Road, then drive 3.5 miles to LEFT on Horseshoe Meadows Road. Drive 5 miles then park on right at pull off just before the 1st big switchback (12.2 miles from motel).
SHORT ROUTE SHEET
EZ START ROUTE SHEET
LONG ROUTE SHEET
WWBC Ride Guidelines
Do not join club rides if you are sick (cough, sore throat, fever, loss of smell). All riders must have a face covering (mask, bandana, buff or other without vent) to be worn at the start of each ride and whenever stopped (eg during regroups). Riders must maintain a safe distance from each other. No drafting, pace lines, spitting or blowing noses into the air during rides. All riders are expected to have read the current County Health Orders and stay in compliance in regards to social distancing, outdoor dining and face coverings. Inyo County Mono County
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