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Event#:607
Date: 2018-12-01
Agency:State Parks
Trail: Serrano Canyon
Leader:John Kross
Hours: 19
Volunteers:3
Distance:0
Status: Completed
Regulars: 3
Casuals: 0
pdf:20181201Serrano.pdf
CSUCI: 0
Tag:PMSP, Woolsey_Fire
Previous Events
ID Date Leader Hours
7102019-12-18John Kross54.0
6482019-05-18Barry Dydyk270.0
6472019-05-07Barry Dydyk4.0
6072018-12-01John Kross19.5
5622018-05-19Barry Dydyk108.0
5542018-04-05John Kross42.0
4962017-06-15Dave Edwards42.0
4952017-06-07Norm Simmonds66.0
4912017-05-20Barry Dydyk361.0
4232016-07-27Jerry Mitcham9.0
4092016-05-21Barry Dydyk426.0
3782016-01-27Norm Simmonds48.0
3282015-05-16Barry Dydyk372.0
3292015-05-15John Kross6.0
2942015-02-04Barry Dydyk36.0
2302014-05-17Barry Dydyk390.0
1512013-06-1580.0
1482013-06-1215.0
1452013-05-2924.0
642012-06-0930.0
592012-05-19210.5
Crew Member Hours
Don Brusselars6.50
Greg Sweel6.50
John Kross6.50
Today's objective was to assess fire and wind damage to the trails after the recent fires as well as to evaluate drainage and general conditions in anticipation of the rain season. We began at the Serrano Canyon trailhead and hiked up the canyon. Then proceeded on the Serrano Loop trail through Serrano Valley and continued to the Old Boney trail, then made our way down the Old Boney (Toe Stubber) to Sycamore Canyon road and then back to the Serrano Canyon tail. The Serrano Canyon trail is in good condition and did not suffer any fire damage. About 0.5 miles in, there was a large tree blocking the trail, about 8" in diameter with lots of branches. We were able to cut enough branches with our hand saws to make the trail passable. At 1 mile we ran into another large tree across the trail, also with a trunk roughly 8" in diameter. Again we cut enough branches to make the trail passable. And at 1.4 miles, yet again another large tree blocked the trail, and once more we were able to cut enough branches to make the trail passable. The Serrano Valley Loop trail's southern leg, 2.4 miles from the trailhead, is badly in need of brushing. We didn't see any signs of fire until we got close to the top of Serrano Valley loop trail. At that point, the Serrano Valley trail coming in from Serrano Valley road has been bulldozed by the firefighters to cut a 10 feet wide - wider in some parts - fire break all the way down the Toe Stubber to Sycamore Canyon road. Additional Survey Information: An inspection of the Fireline trail and the Scenic trail from the Sycamore Canyon fireroad did not show any fire damage on either of those two trails. Total Volunteer Hours: 3 Volunteers x 6.5 hours = 19.5 hours Feet of trail surveyed: 43, 824 (8.3 miles)