Hike into History: Sturdevant Camp in the San Gabriels, Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 7:30AM

Just as they did a century ago, we will travel along a well-marked trail into the Camp where we will be able to peek into all of the buildings on site, including the oldest existing U.S. Forest Service structure still in its original location, a beautiful hand bult cabin (circa 1903) that served as the first ranger station, and the original 1897 Swiss Dining Pavilion, this currently serves as Sturtevant Lodge.  Just as they did in 1936, Adams’ Pack Station will bring along the 12 donkey pack train with lunch and water to the Camp.

When:         Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 7:30am
What:          Moderate hike–approximately 8 miles round trip (hike at your
own risk).
Where:        Adams’ Pack Station at Chantry Flat in the Angeles National Forest

Parking:   In the parking lots at Chantry Flat and along the road with an
Adventure Pass, or in the private parking lot at Adams’ Pack Station
for $10.

Sturtevant-Camp-Approach-300x200 cabinWhy:          Fund Raiser to Save Sturtevant Camp.

How:          Help the Friends of the San Gabriels raise money to save Sturdevant
Camp.  There will be T-shirts for sale and, of course, donations of any amount are welcome.

More Info:  www.friendsofsangabriels.org
See a list of donor incentives such as adopt a cabin, win a stay at Camp Sturdevant and more.  Also you can download the fundraiser prospectus from the site.  Contact Deb Burgess for more info:  626-447-7356 or dburgess@burcon-group.com

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