Saturday afternoon we set off for our half-day canopy tour. The adventure started at the Navitat office located in the heart of Wrightwood. Once Farilla & I were all harnessed up our group (eight of us plus two guides) piled into the back of a Unimog and set off for the course.
The course consisted of 10 zip lines, 3 rappelling experiences & 4 suspended sky bridges.
We had a fantastic afternoon. I can't recommend both the Canyon Creek Inn and Navitat enough. This is the perfect weekend getaway for anyone looking for an adventurous outing that won't break the bank.
Before heading back to Los Angeles on Sunday we explored the town of Wrightwood. The weather was beautiful so we enjoyed breakfast on the front deck of The Village Grind. We then walked up the street to Joe Mudd's where we picked up freshly baked goodies for an afternoon snack. All of which were delicious.
We then set off on an afternoon hike to the top of Throop Peak.
We made it to the top of the peak in about an hour. The air was definitely a bit thinner than I'm used to up at 9,000+feet.
We ate lunch on the peak before making our descent. It took about 45 minutes to get back down our car at Dawson Gap.
It was a lovely weekend getaway. I can't wait to explore that part of the San Gabriel mountains some more in the near future.
Videos to follow!